Links & Resources
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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 »
Rock Creek Watershed Wide EventLearn More & RSVP »
Sandy Bluff Park - SOLVE IT for SandyLearn More & RSVP »
April Hike - The Natural City TourLearn More & RSVP »
Celebrate Earth Day with Us!
Join CRBC for a volunteer work party at Sandy Bluff Park, as part of SOLVE IT for Sandy on Saturday, April 26th from 9 am to 1 pm. Community members will convene at the Sandy Community/Senior Center at 9 am for registration, breakfast treats, and free giveaways before heading over to the park for some good times cleaning up trash and mulching around newly planted native trees and shrubs. Learn more.
Guided Watershed Hikes this Spring and Summer!
Vivid wildflowers, old-growth forests, fire ecology, and more! If you’ve always wanted to explore the Clackamas Watershed, but haven’t been sure where to start, come on a CRBC hike this year:
- April 19th - The Natural City Tour
- June 21st - Thunder Mountain
- July 12th - Bull of the Woods Fire Tour
- August 23rd - Mount Lowe and Rhododendron Ridge