The Clackamas Focused Investment Partnership (FIP) Strategic Restoration Action Plan was developed by more than fifteen Portland metropolitan region organizations committed to working collaboratively to improve watershed health.

The Partnership developed this Clackamas Partnership Strategic Plan (Strategic Plan) to guide restoration actions designed to improve river and stream habitat and the environment that sustains native fish populations. The Strategic Plan’s geographic area encompasses the Clackamas River and all tributaries from its headwaters to the confluence with the Willamette River; a portion of the Willamette River and its floodplain; and watersheds flowing into the east side of the Willamette River, including Abernethy, Kellogg, and Johnson Creeks.

The Strategic Plan is a 16-year plan that describes Clackamas Partnership activities through 2025. The Strategic Plan’s comprehensive restoration and conservation approach will accelerate the implementation of actions designed to enhance stream, river, riparian, and floodplain habitats and provide the largest ecological benefits. The Clackamas Partnership’s mission will be sustained for the long-term, addressing emerging threats to watershed health, water quality, and fish and wildlife populations. The Partnership will revise the Strategic Plan in 2026 to incorporate lessons learned over the previous implementation period and to address new priorities identified through the Lower Columbia Conservation and Recovery effort and other assessments.

An overview of the plan can be seen in a recorded presentation on YouTube.

If you have any questions about the Strategic Plan, please contact the Council!