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Rock Creek Culvert Removed

Rock Creek is now more fish-friendly! Thanks to fish-wise people living in the watershed and heavy lifting from the Sunrise Water Authority, CRBC Riparian Specialist Ari Sindel reports we’ve successfully removed a culvert that prevented fish passage on Rock Creek. Rock Creek is an important tributary of the lower Clackamas River and provides habitat for

The Eagle Creek Logs Have Landed

Bonnie Lure State Park, Estacada CRBC kicked off the summer with a major restoration project at Bonnie Lure State Park near Estacada. With support from Columbia Helicopters, Inter-Fluve and Aquatic Contracting, we staged over 150 logs to build logjams on Eagle Creek’s side channels to improve habitat conditions for coho salmon, spring and fall Chinook

Summer Invasive Species Prevention Tips

We’re in the peak of summer – prime time to explore our great Oregon rivers, forests and lakes. Go forth and recreate! – and please follow these tips to prevent the spread of invasive species: Hiking/Fishing Wipe your boots – Clean all of your gear in between adventures, but especially your boots and pants to ensure

Black Lives Matter.

CRBC Executive Director Cheryl McGinnis’ statement on the Black Lives Matter movement, the coronavirus pandemic, and how CRBC can better support the community during these trying times The world has fundamentally changed since our last newsletter. The novel coronavirus pandemic forces us into isolation, disrupting our ability to gather, to connect. It makes us re-imagine