Links & Resources
Check out the great work our friends & neighbors are engaged in!Visit
Education & Outreach
We're available for presentations to your homeowners' association, CPO, or other organization.Education and Outreach is one of the CRBC's main action areas.
Planting native trees and shrubs is one of the best things you can do to help the environment! Restoring riparian areas on your property will also benefit you through increasing the land's value and keeping it from washing away.It's important to plant natives!
What can I do to make a difference?
There are plenty of ways you can help keep our watershed healthy.Come to a work party!
Pesticide Reduction Campaign
Pesticides can be tracked into your house on shoes and toys!Did you know...
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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Third Thursday Council MeetingLearn More & RSVP »
January 31st - A Valentine for Deep Creek (Boring-Damascus Grange Annex)Learn More & RSVP »
March 14th - Rock Creek Watershed Wide Event (Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley)Learn More & RSVP »
April 18th - SOLVE IT for Sandy at Sandy Bluff ParkLearn More & RSVP »
May 9th - Sandy Wetlands Work Party at Tickle CreekLearn More & RSVP »
CRBC is looking for a marketing consultant! See request for proposals for details. Due Feb. 13 at 5 pm.
Check out fall salmon run photos from Deep Creek.
Shop and Support!
Online shoppers can go to AmazonSmile at smile.amazon.com , then click on your account and change your charity to select CRBC to receive donations from a portion of your purchase price, at no cost to you.
Read All About It
Roots in the Ground: The Shade Our Streams Program will plant over 100,000 native trees and shrubs in the Clackamas Watershed for clean water this January and February. Our press release has all the highlights.
CRBC Newsletter: For all the latest news, read the Winter 2014 Issue.
Watershed Council and SWCD Partner Update: Enjoy a highlight of Summer 2014 Projects
State of the Watershed Address: Geek out with our special edition of the Water in the Watershed
Saturday Work Parties
Dig in with CRBC each month this winter and spring to help plant native trees and shrubs and remove invasive species in the Clackamas watershed! Mark your calendars for January 31st, March 14th, April 18th, and May 9th. View details here or email Morgan at email@example.com. Download adult waiver or youth waiver forms.
New Interpretive Signs
CRBC will kick off 2015 with new “signs,” literally! Four interpretive signs will soon be brightening up the watershed at Clackamas County Parks. Here's a sneak peak: Barton Park - Carver Boat Ramp - Eagle Fern Park - Metzler ParkView All Announcements