Community, Conservation, and Hot Cider

Neighbors along Corral Creek were treated to a fun morning of greeting old friends and meeting new ones, while learning about the dam removal on their creek and the 2.5 miles of fish habitat that has been opened up to the resident cutthroat trout.

Last Saturday, 56 residents along Corral Creek gathered at the Magness Memorial Tree Farm, part of the World Forestry Center. While the kids were busy making fish prints and drinking hot apple cider, the adults found out about habitat improvements to the stream, managing pastures, maintaining septic systems, and additional conservation practices.

Community events like this keep landowners informed and quite often encourages them to request technical assistance for issues on their own property.

What natural resources can we help you protect?

Give us a call!

Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District

503-210-6000

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