Westmoreland Park environmental restoration complete
From the split-rail fence and wood-chip path to the wetland area, neighbors say they are very happy with the newly restored Westmoreland Park. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers partnered with the City of Portland to restore the portion of Crystal Springs Creek that flows through Westmoreland Park in southeast Portland. The Corps removed a man-made duck pond and restored the area to a natural wetland. Restoring ecosystems and improving watershed health are important Corps missions.