Stream bank erosion is a natural process and, in an undisturbed stream, it usually happens slowly over time. However, once a stream is disturbed and plants along stream banks are removed, this process may speed up to alarming […]
The Watersheds category is about working toward stronger, more resilient watershed conditions. Watershed work rarely occurs by itself — usually it requires working with multiple partners to coordinate actions that make sense over the long term.
When you see a 29-foot Chinook salmon heading to Canby Community Park, you know something exciting is happening! Join us on Saturday, May 21, 2016, for the Molalla-Pudding Rivers Celebration. A flurry of fun activities will celebrate conservation […]
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 Clackamas River Invasive Species Partnership […]
As a local government, the Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District works to conserve natural resources throughout Clackamas County. The District has access to state and federal resources to assist in understanding and fixing issues with water, […]
What do a 14-foot-tall fish, a table full of local historical artifacts, and a clothesline of fish-print shirts have in common? They were all found at the Milk Creek Watershed Celebration held at Camp Adams! Clackamas County Soil […]
Is the area next to your river (known as the riparian area) eroding and falling off into the water each winter? Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District is happy to host a rare opportunity for landowners interested […]
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 Trees served as hosts for […]