In 2002, Watershed Professionals Network (WPN) prepared this assessment under contract with the Clackamas River Basin Council. Funding for this assessment was provided by Water Providers- Clackamas River Water, Oak Lodge Water District, South Fork Water Board and Sunrise Water Authority, the BLM, the Cities of Estacada, Lake Oswego and Milwaukie, PGE and a grant from the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board.

The Clackamas River Basin Council chose to conduct this watershed assessment for several reasons: 1) to better understand the dynamics of Clear and Foster Creeks 2) to develop partnerships with the community, 3) to be a catalyst for the enhancement and protection of fish and wildlife habitat in particular for Wild late-run Coho, Fall Chinook and Winter Steelhead 4) to identify actions to improve water quality for drinking water, recreation and fish and wildlife.

Review the entire Clear Creek Watershed Assessment.

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