Invasive weeds currently cost Oregonians millions of dollars each year. One recent estimate indicates that without intervention these will increase to $1.8 billion in personal income losses a year from degraded lands and […]
Developing and nurturing key partnerships to help achieve our conservation mission is what we mean by Working Together. Captured here are the activities that help us build and maintain important conservation relationships.
The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District hosted a Council of Councils meeting on Wednesday, January 24, 2018. Directors and coordinators representing all ten watershed councils in Clackamas County attended the half-day event. […]
On Tuesday, December 20, 2017 , the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Directors unanimously approved Watershed Council Support Grants totaling $108,250. These grants will be distributed to ten watershed councils […]
The 2018 winter native plant sales are underway at numerous locations surrounding Clackamas County. Native plants are great for your conservation planting. They are adapted to our climate, making them quite hardy, and […]
Make a fish happy in 2018! Dispose of your Christmas tree for fish habitat! The North Clackamas Urban Watersheds Council and the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation Department are collecting recycled Christmas trees […]
The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District’s annual report and audit for fiscal year 2016-2017 are now available.
Are you a small fruit or fresh market vegetable farmer? If so, you’ll want to join colleagues from around the region for the 63rd annual North Willamette Horticulture Society Conference and Trade Show. […]
In March 2016, the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District formally partnered with the Audubon Society of Portland and Columbia Land Trust to expand the Backyard Habitat Certification Program to additional urban areas […]