Celebrate National Pollinator Week by taking a few moments to learn how you can best support our native pollinators! If you have listened to news reports over the last few years, you probably […]
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Backyard Habitat Certification Program
The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District announces the expansion of the Backyard Habitat Certification Program in Clackamas County! The Backyard Habitat Certification Program is a joint project of the Audubon Society of […]
Plan and Plant the Best Pollinator Habitat Possible
National Pollinator Week June 20-26 If you have listened to news reports over the last few years, you probably know that pollinators are in trouble. They have had a serious decline in population […]
Be a Backyard Steward: Attend an Oak Habitat Presentation Near You
NOTE: Final workshop is January 20, 2016 in Milwaukie!! Do you live in North Clackamas County? Do you have Oregon white oak in your yard or neighborhood? Are you interested in learning about […]
Candy Lane Students to the Rescue!
During a blustery morning of wind and rain, enthusiastic students from Candy Lane Elementary braved the elements in order to help support local pollinators. With planning and financial assistance from Clackamas County Soil […]
Learn How to Bring Nature into Your Yard!
If you long for a beautiful yard that is filled with song birds and the buzzing of native pollinators, but are discouraged by high water bills and hours of maintenance, we have something […]
Celebrate Oregon Arbor Week, April 6-12
You’ve probably heard of the annual Arbor Day celebration, but did you know that Oregon celebrates an entire Arbor Week? Oregon Arbor Week is held during the first full week of April and […]
Transform your hedge into a habitat hedgerow!
What happens when the hedge you planted for privacy becomes too large to prune and turns into a maintenance headache? Well, one option is to replace it with a habitat hedgerow! The basic […]
Rain Drops and Restoration Along the Trolley Trail!
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 […]