Why manage manure? There are several reasons! Manure can affect your operation in good and bad ways, and it can impact other […]
The Water Quality and Quantity category covers protecting and restoring the quality of surface and ground water, and assuring future supplies of water for people, plants, and animals. District programs include water quality monitoring and many conservation practices. Rain gardens and bioswales help clean water before it infiltrates into ground water. Rainwater harvesting and irrigation system improvements are good examples of water quantity practices.
What do a 14-foot-tall fish, a table full of local historical artifacts, and a clothesline of fish-print shirts have in common? They […]
In 2012 the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District implemented a stream restoration project on Milk Creek, a tributary and major stream […]
If you see a 14-foot tall Chinook salmon travelling down the highway, follow it to Camp Adams and the Milk Creek Watershed […]
Is the area next to your river (known as the riparian area) eroding and falling off into the water each winter? Clackamas […]