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  • Portland Plant List
    This handy guide will help you choose native plants that are suitable for the sun and moisture conditions on your site
Links
  • Clackamas County
    A great resource for all things Clackamas County: emergency management information, local events, outdoor activities, and volunteer opportunities
  • Multnomah County
    This is the place to look for information regarding public and environmental health, local volunteer opportunities, and water quality information in Multnomah County
  • Nature Conservancy
    The Nature Conservancy works with the public to protect our nation’s lands and waters, and this is a great location for ways you can help here in Oregon
  • National Marine Fisheries Service
    Interested in helping keep our marine ecosystems productive, sustainable, and safe? NMFS works with partners nationwide to keep our oceans protected and healthy
  • Northwest Steelheaders, Sandy Chapter
    If you’re interested in the Sandy River’s local fishery, this a great place to find information including conservation for sport fishing
  • Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
    The DEQ strives to work collaboratively with the public to ensure a health and sustainable environment; any information regarding the protection of Oregon’s environmental quality can be found here
  • The Freshwater Trust
    Here you can find information aplenty regarding habitat restoration projects and ways you can help to preserve and restore our vital freshwater ecosystems
  • Portland General Electric
    Here you can learn of the many ways PGE has maintained a balance of what residents find important on the Sandy River and its sustainable energy future
  • Portland Water Bureau
    Visit the Portland Water Bureau site to learn how they sustainably keep our drinking water safe and support restoration in the Sandy River Basin
  • Sandy River Basin Partners
    Here you can learn what it takes to restore and recover the wild salmon and steelhead populations on the Sandy River, from Timberline to Troutdale
  • Sandy River Water Trail
    If you’ve ever wanted to get out on the Sandy in your kayak, raft, or canoe, consult this paddle guide before heading out
  • USDI Bureau of Land Management
    Learn about how some of the most beautiful natural landscapes are managed here in Oregon, and discover all the ways you can help the BLM keep our ecosystems protected
  • Mt. Hood National Forest, USDA Forest Service
    A fantastic resource for everything Mt. Hood: information on geography, history, and recreation are abundant here. This a great place to learn about what our upper watershed has to offer
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    USFWS is a great place to discover how you can help conserve and enjoy our natural resources, from coastal programs to wetlands
  • Western Rivers Conservancy
    Land acquisition and interagency cooperation are just a few ways the WRC works to conserve and protect our abundant river ecosystems in the western US

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