Sieben-Riverbend Restoration Project Update

In late February this site was replanted by contractors, and later this coming fall a different contractor will be enlisted to clear English ivy and clematis from trees in the floodplain. This project would not be possible without our fantastic partnership with the Oregon Water Enhancement Board (OWEB) and community members like you! Want to

City Nature Challenge

Community science for all! Starting today, April 28, until Sunday, May 1, 2023, Oregon will join more than 400 global cities for the City Nature Challenge. This annual competition encourages all to observe and record as many plant, fungi and wildlife species around you as you can. Take observations at home, at school, your local park

Rain Garden Workshop: April 12 and May 13

Come learn how to manage your storm water and protect our watershed Residents are invited to join the Clackamas River Basin Council on April 12th and May 13th for a Rain Garden Workshop series to learn how to install a rain garden in their yards to soak up storm water. in a new tab)

Revegetation at Bonnie Lure State Recreation Area

Revegetation at Bonnie Lure State Recreation Area The Clackamas River Basin Council is working on a project at Bonnie Lure State Recreation Area to improve native fish and wildlife habitat. Our goals at Bonnie Lure State Recreation area are to eradicate invasive plant species and revegetate with diverse native plant communities for healthy fish and

Survey Results

Thank you to all who took our 2023 Survey to Better Serve You. Congrats to Linda who won our prize! The Clackamas River Basin Council is dedicated to providing our community with the resources and activities that are most impactful to those we serve – YOU. The results from this survey will inform our future

2023 Grants available for landowners to improve habitat and waterway health

Grants of up to $15,000 offered to landowners for waterway projects benefitting aquatic species, wildlife or waterway health. Landowners are required to partner with a watershed council, soil and water conservation district, or tribe to submit applications. Landowners also must create competitive projects and keep up with reporting and maintenance requirements. To figure out which

Weatherize your pipes!

Our friends at the Clackamas River Water Providers share how to prepare for temperatures in the teens and 20’s expected December 22 – 23. Temps this low can cause major problems if you have not taken the proper precautions to protect and insulate the plumbing in your homes and businesses. The Clackamas River Water Providers

Wildfire Recovery

CRBC, along with our partners Clackamas Soil & Water Conservation District, Clackamas River Basin Council, Pudding River Watershed Council, and OSU Extension Service, has received funding to assist landowners whose properties were impacted by the 2020 Riverside and Beachie Creek Wildfires. The Riverside Fire started in the Mt. Hood National Forest Clackamas River Ranger District