Clackamas River Interpretive Signs

The Clackamas River Basin Council has created a series of permenant interpretive signs along the Clackamas River. CRBC designed the signs to educate park users about the Clackamas watershed, history and natural heritage of the region, salmon life cycle and habitat needs, native and invasive plants, and how individuals can support watershed health. Signs can be found at Barton Park, Carver Boat Ramp, Eagle Fern Park, and Metzler Park.

Thank you to our partners involved in this project including Clackamas County Parks, OWEB, ODFW, Clackamas County SWCD, and the Confederated Tribes of Grande Ronde and Warm Springs, with sign fabrication by local firm, Formations.

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