Our Mission

We foster partnerships for clean water and to improve fish and wildlife habitat and the quality of life for those who live, work and recreate in the watershed.

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Monthly Council Meeting
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Down the River Clean Up - Sept 11, 2016
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Announcements

Help us find a new home!

Help CRBC in our quest to find a permanent home in our watershed! CRBC is looking for a new home that will bring us closer to the fish, water, and community that we work hard to protect. We need your help to get there! Please click here to donate now and help us help our watershed! Every dime counts in moving that red line up the thermometer! 

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Invasive Species Plan

Check out the recently completed Clackamas River Basin Invasive Species Management Plan! A press release is available here. Visit the CRISP webpage for more info.

Video Highlights

Get the scoop on Council activities in these new videos brought to you by Clackamas County Government Channel:

Stay Connected

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Download our Map of Accomplishments and share it with all your friends! Help us spread the word about the great things we're doing in the watershed! 

Shop and Support

New Seasons Market has chosen CRBC as a Bag it Forward partner at the Happy Valley store. Choose us as your nonprofit of choice to receive donations from recycled bag proceeds. 

Support salmon recovery all year long when you bring this voucher to Prontobella Italian Kitchen (and pizza bar) in Clackamas. They will donate 15% of your meal towards CRBC's efforts in the Clackamas River Basin. Tell all your friends!

You can also help CRBC earn donations through your Fred Meyer Rewards Card and AmazonSmile.  Learn how.

Read All About It

New Fact Sheet: Share our handy fact sheet - Pictorial Pesticide Application Tips for Stream Health - with speakers of any language.

Roots in the Ground: The Shade Our Streams Program planted over 100,000 natives in the Clackamas watershed in 2016. Our press release has all the highlights.

CRBC Newsletter:  For all the latest news, read the Summer 2016 Issue.

Watershed Council and SWCD Partner Update: Enjoy a highlight of Spring 2016 Projects.

State of the Watershed: Geek out with our Spring 2016 Water Quality Report

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