Early in November, several organizations worked together to hold two pesticide collection events in Clackamas County. More than 8,437 pounds of unused, old, restricted, or damaged pesticides were collected from area agricultural producers. These pesticides were safely disposed […]
The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District has four top priorities when addressing conservation needs in Clackamas County: water, wildlife, weeds, and working lands. These priorities are part of our larger set of District W’s. The District’s plans and […]
December is the month when many people deck the halls with boughs of holly. Reflecting many old traditions, holly branches are still hung today, coiled into ornate wreaths for front doors, or included in festive holiday bouquets. For […]
Joan Zuber, a Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District board member, moved to Elk Prairie in the southwestern Clackamas County foothills to take advantage of the wonderful and bountiful natural resources the area has to offer. “I wanted […]
By the time November rolls around, the rains of winter have returned to the Northwest. The wet rains and cool weather of November also signals the start of the winter armistice with the weeds. Apart from a few […]
Clackamas County OneStop Farmgate is a new, FREE resource for farmers in Clackamas County. This website is designed to make it easier for farmers to find the answers they need to be successful.
Safely and anonymously dispose of old and unusable pesticides! Clackamas SWCD is partnering with Clackamas River Water Providers to offer a 2016 Pesticide Round-up primarily for farm producers in the Clackamas River watershed, but all producers in the […]