After more than 22 years of use, the area was in need of improvements and maintenance. This restoration was made possible through a partnership with Clean Water Services. While the viewing area was closed, Clean Water Services was able to construct a new influent pump station and make other improvements at their Hillsboro Wastewater Treatment Plant immediately north of the site. Hillsboro Mayor Jerry Willey noted during his remarks that "we owe thanks to the visionaries of yesterday and the many groups and individual volunteers who currently continue to support the natural resource and educational programs at Jackson Bottom Wetlands through the non-profit board and the city's parks and recreation department.
Wetlands at the Hillsboro Landfill
Earth is moving at Jackson Bottom for wetland restoration - cigtr.info
Located one mile south of downtown Hillsboro, the Preserve is composed of acres of wetlands and upland forest accessible by four miles of hiking trails. It features an indoor classroom, nature store, interpretive displays including an actual bald eagle nest, restrooms and drinking fountains. Nature classes are designed for adults and teens who attend with an adult, unless otherwise noted. Most class sizes are limited, so register early! Trackify your own tee-shirt, handkerchief, or other cloth item with life-size tracks of wild animals!
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Nearly acres of low-lying floodplain on the edge of the Tualatin River, about 80 percent of the area is classified as wetlands. Early mapmakers dismissed the damp bottomlands as a "mirey swamp" suitable only for dredging, draining, and farming. Over the years, agricultural and sewage disposal practices created a highly degraded landscape of limited value for wildlife use, dominated by introduced grasses. Since , the Jackson Bottom Steering Committee has been working together on an innovative project aimed at changing those conditions and transforming this "mirey swamp" into a wildlife and water quality "living labora- tory.
Located on the south end of the city along Highway , this lowland area is a designated Important Bird Area and hosts such birds as buffleheads, dusky Canada geese , and tundra swans. The Atfalati band of the Kalapuya people, who were the first inhabitants of the area, hunted and gathered in the area including hunting waterfowl and digging up camas roots. Then when European pioneers settled the area beginning in the s farms were established in the area, with the wetlands area usually not being used due to the annual flooding. However, bridges were built across the river and steamboats plied the river before the railroads came to the valley. In the city of Hillsboro began using the Jackson Bottom area for water waste disposal.