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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 Meeting
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Pfeifer Ridge Planting - Dec 5
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Watershed Wide Event - Mar 12
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Currin Creek Planting - Jan 23
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Rock Creek Mulching - Feb 27
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Restoration work parties are here! Learn more.

  • Dec 5 - Pfeifer Ridge Tree Planting
  • Jan 23 - Currin Creek Tree Planting
  • Feb 27 - Rock Creek Mulching
  • Mar 12 - Watershed Wide Event

New 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

Download our Map of Accomplishments and Current Projects to show all your friends the great things we do, together!

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest news and updates. Check out fall salmon run photos from 2014 in Deep Creek.

Eat Out at Prontobella

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!

Shop too! You can 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 this winter. Our press release has all the highlights.

CRBC Newsletter:  For all the latest news, read the Fall 2015 Issue.

Watershed Council and SWCD Partner Update:  Enjoy a highlight of Summer 2015 Projects

State of the Watershed Address:  Geek out with our special edition of the Water in the Watershed

New Interpretive Signs

Four interpretive signs are now brightening up the watershed at Clackamas County Parks. Here's a sneak peak: Barton Park - Carver Boat Ramp - Eagle Fern Park - Metzler Park

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