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 […]
Invasive weeds are non-native invasive plants that can harm the social, economic, and ecological resources of our community. Technical help is available through our WeedWise program, and financial assistance may also be available.
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 […]
October is the perfect time to manage blackberry on your property. This article explains the mechanical, chemical, and cultural controls needed to eradicate this invasive.
Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District seeks qualified candidates for a WeedWise Program specialist position. All applications materials must be submitted to the District no later than 4:30 PM on Oct 14, 2016.
The Clackamas River Invasive Species Partnership (CRISP) was recently awarded funds totaling $431,250 from Portland General Electric (PGE) through the Clackamas River Hydroelectric Project Mitigation and Enhancement Fund. This award adds to the other contributions from CRISP partners […]
UPDATE February 26, 2016: This RFP is closed. The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District (CSWCD) is looking for qualified contractors to perform invasive weed control, and restoration planting on multiple project sites within Clackamas County. Categories of […]
The beautiful autumn leaves with their reds and golds are a stark contrast to the thorny invasive blackberries looming at the edge of your field or backyard. Do not let those sweet summer berries sway your resolve to […]