The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District has four top priorities when addressing conservation needs in Clackamas County: water, wildlife, weeds, and working lands. These priorities are part of our larger set of District W’s. The District’s plans and […]
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!
Clackamas County OneStop Farmgate is a new, FREE resource for farmers in Clackamas County. This website is designed to make it easier for farmers to find the answers they need to be successful.
As those rainy days of winter loom on the horizon, take advantage of the sunny, warm fall days to prepare your farm for winter! Tackling maintenance and good management practices now may help you avoid hours of cold, […]
Our friends at Clackamas Community College (CCC) are offering a workshop to those who are interested in extending the growing season for cool weather crops. In addition, they offer a workshop in aquaponics for those who want to […]
Landscaping With Oregon White Oak Do you have, or would you like, Oregon white oak in your yard? We are looking for urban landowners interested in landscaping with oak to support the imperiled Oregon white oak population. Three […]
The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District welcomes a new employee to our professional team this week. Conservation Specialist Matt Van Wey brings a wealth of farming, restoration, and conservation experience with him and we are excited to […]
Energy Trust of Oregon has asked us to help get the word out to all local agricultural producers who have made irrigation purchases since the beginning of the year. Purchasers are reminded that they only have 180 days […]