We’ve had a taste of warm weather and spring pasture grasses are growing, but wait! Don’t turn those horses out too early! While your horses may have been hanging out in a sacrifice area over the winter to […]
Clackamas County has an abundance of working lands. This category captures our work to help keep agricultural lands healthy and productive. Our work with nurseries, Christmas tree farms, crop and food producers, and farmers markets all fit in this category. Of course, work on these lands always provides additional conservation benefits!
The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District offers an Equipment Rental Program which makes a variety of agricultural equipment available at reasonable prices to Clackamas County residents. We have added a fertilizer/lime spreader to our assortment of equipment […]
Taking Advantage of Beneficial Insects to Control Crop Pests For those interested in how to tap into the ready and willing army of beneficial insects that can help keep crop pests under control, you will not want to […]
Scotch broom is a wide-spread invasive weed in our community. You have probably noticed large stands of it along our rural roads and highways, in pastures and in forests. Now is a great time to start managing Scotch […]