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Hot off the press, the 2015 Fall/Winter Watershed Works Partner Newsletter is now available. This is a collaborative effort between area Watershed Councils and Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Find out what your […]
Invasive weeds cost Oregon residents millions of dollars each year, but a new effort is now underway to control invasive weeds along the Clackamas River. This effort is spearheaded by the newly formed […]
Consider beautifying your yard, pollinator garden, or hedgerow with native plants! Several of our local area soil and water conservation districts offer native tree, shrub, and plant for sale each year.
Since 2000, monitoring conducted by Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has detected pesticides in Clackamas River tributaries at concentrations that exceed benchmarks set to protect fish and invertebrates. Pesticides of Concern The active […]
In 2012 the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District implemented a stream restoration project on Milk Creek, a tributary and major stream in the Lower Molalla River watershed. The purpose of the project […]
The Tualatin and Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation Districts co-hosted an Agricultural Pesticide Collection event on Saturday March 8, 2014, at Wilco Agronomy in Cornelius, Oregon. Working with a number of partners, […]
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 Grove. Friends of […]
Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District is excited to announce that partnership support grants totaling over $94,000 will be distributed to farmers markets and watershed councils within the District boundaries. Partner organizations […]
Partnership paid off big time for area agricultural producers who needed to dispose of old, unused pesticides. On June 1, 2013, twenty-five producers took advantage of an opportunity to get rid of their […]
Clackamas County SWCD staff visited a potential project site today at North Clackamas Park. Two streams pass through the park: Mt. Scott Creek and Camas Creek. Like many urban streams, these two streams […]