Sieben Riverbend Restoration Project

Construction is underway! Floaters and boaters may notice construction along the Clackamas River for a six-week period this summer 2022. The Clackamas River Basin Council will be busy working on the Sieben-Riverbend Side Channel Enhancement Project and improving habitat for threatened and endangered native fish species. The project, taking place at the confluence of Sieben

Kingfisher Side-Channel Reconnection Project

Just a stone’s throw from where disc golfers, anglers, campers and park-goers convene at Milo McIver State Park, the Clackamas River Basin Council and their partners have been busy improving habitat for threatened and endangered native fish species. The project, known as the Kingfisher Side-Channel Reconnection project, wrapped up construction in September 2021, which entailed

Replant the Riverside Update

Since the September wildfires, the Clackamas River Basin Council has taken an active role in restoration efforts. We are working with the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District, Molalla River Watch, and Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board to help landowners who were impacted by the Riverside Fire. We are working with the North Santiam Watershed Council

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