As a local government, the Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District works to conserve natural resources throughout Clackamas County. The District has access to state and federal resources to […]
The Watersheds category is about working toward stronger, more resilient watershed conditions. Watershed work rarely occurs by itself — usually it requires working with multiple partners to coordinate actions that make sense over the long term.
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 were all found at 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 County Soil and Water Conservation District is happy […]
Fueled by hot coffee and Voodoo doughnuts, nearly 50 volunteers braved a rain-soaked Saturday morning to help install over 1,400 native trees and shrubs along the Trolley Trail in Oak […]
Volunteers are invited to take part in a rewarding and enriching opportunity to become a Volunteer Naturalist at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. Volunteer Naturalists welcome students, accompany field […]