August is the month when a yellow flower has folks across Clackamas County seeing red. The yellow flower at the heart of […]
Invasive weeds are non-native invasive plants that can harm the social, economic, and ecological resources of our community. Technical help is available through our WeedWise program, and financial assistance may also be available.
We are happy to announce that Sarah Hamilton has recently joined the Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District staff. Sarah takes […]
We wish we could declare independence from invasive weeds in July, but this is the month many weeds are flowering and setting […]
So what’s up with weeds in the month of June? A few years ago, we responded to reports of Giant Hogweed in […]
We are seeking a WeedWise Program Specialist/Cooperative Weed Management Area Coordinator Closing Date: All materials must be submitted to the District no […]