Category Archives: Council News

Seeking Bids for Clean Water Retrofit Design

The Sandy River Basin Watershed Council is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or firms to provide engineering design and construction oversight for the Campus Creeks Clean Water Retrofit project on the Mt. Hood Community College campus. The Request for Proposals document … Continue reading

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Climate Adaptation in the Sandy: Resiliency Strategies for the New Normal

What do warmer summers, shifting snowpack levels, changing rain and storm cycles, and lower summer river flows mean for future conservation in the Sandy River? These and other potential impacts of climate change represent the “new normal” that is already … Continue reading

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2016 Year in Review

Year in Review 2016 2016 on the Sandy River reminds us the amazing things that can happen when we commit together to what we love: clean water, healthy forests, diverse, beautiful, inspiring places for all of us — people, fish, … Continue reading

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Restorative Flood Response Guide Released

Restorative Flood Response Community Handbook

A new guide to the Sandy River’s flood behavior and ecology will be released at the Flood of Information event, followed by a restoration site field tour, Saturday September 24. In partnership with the Clackamas County Disaster Management, the Hoodland … Continue reading

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Alert: Orange Hawkweed Found in Sandy Basin

Orange Hawkweedhas been found on the Lolo Pass Road, in a meadow on the Burnt Lake trail, and most recently in the Wildcat Mountain area, following a landowner report to the Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District at the … Continue reading

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Older Council News – 2011

December 2011 Bull Run Decision Supports Ecosystem Services (Oregonian op-ed) Clackamas County Flood Forum ‘Hits a few Snags’ (Mountain Times) November 2011 Portland Gets Waiver for Bull Run UV Filtration (Oregonian) Agencies to Remove Sandy Delta Dam (Oregonian) ‘Flood Worries … Continue reading

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Older Council News – 2010

November/December 2010 Hatchery Fish spawn concerns over weakening wild salmon (12/9) Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation Supports SRBWC City Considers Land Purchase (11/30) Wild Coho Reach Cedar Creek 11/9 October 2010 Restoration with Results: Video of spawning fish in … Continue reading

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