PLEASE NOTE: This event is now full. Thirty-two people have signed up to participate, and we are expecting 30,000 pounds ...
Spurge laurel (Daphne laureola) is neither a spurge nor a laurel, but rather an invasive plant in the Daphne family. This perennial plant has poisonous berries, spreads aggressively in our native forests, and is increasingly being […]
In March 2016, the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District formally partnered with the Audubon Society of Portland and Columbia Land Trust to expand the Backyard Habitat Certification Program to additional urban areas of Clackamas County. […]
Welcome to our new Conservation Outreach Insight report. This is a monthly report by our Outreach and Education Program staff of important activities and events. We hope you enjoy this report! Year in review Staff are […]
A WeedWise Update If you have ever visited the Clackamas SWCD and WeedWise program you know we are busy. District staff are hard at work on a variety of conservation efforts. We work on everything from […]
This October, a special demonstration day was offered for local nursery growers that showcased construction technology to control erosion. Growers, along with conservation personnel, gathered in a field belonging to the event sponsor, Surface Nursery in […]
Congratulations to the students of Springwater Environmental Sciences School for the successful installation of their western bluebird trail. Their hard work, coupled with a grant from the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District, has resulted in […]