Art by Jon Wagner
Beaver Creek starts as a spring near Dodge Park Blvd, and flows through farms and nurseries. It passes by houses in Gresham and Troutdale where smaller creeks, like Kelly Creek, flow into it. The creek then empties into the Sandy River near Glenn Otto Park.
What's Happening in your Watershed?
There's so much happening in the Beaver Creek watershed. From volunteers restoring habitat at Glenn Otto park and Mount Hood Community College to Multnomah County's culvert re-construction projects that increase safe travel for native salmon and other important species. Click here to watch a video about the completed Stark Street culvert replacement, and click here to find information on the upcoming Cochran Road culvert project.
Below you'll find the most recent Instagram photos from Beaver Creeks' hashtag feed #BeaverCreekSandy. Contribute to the story by using this hashtag to share your photos and stories on Instagram and our website.
More Information on Beaver Creek:
- Let’s talk seriously about poop for a minute…. Water quality in the Beaver Creek watershed
- Centuries of land modification cause survival challenges for Beaver Creek watershed wildlife
- The Future of Salmon in Beaver Creek and the Stark Street Culvert
- Why Should You Care About StreamCare?
- What You Can Do For Wildlife
- What You Can Do - 5 Ways to Get to Know Beaver Creek
- Getting Home - Salmon Migration and the Kane Road Culvert
- Getting Cleaner - MHCC Depave for Salmon Project
- Who Lives Here - Steve Kennett Digs In
- Beaver Creek is too Hot for Salmon in the Summer
- Help Beaver Creek, Plant with SOLVE
- Beaver Activity & Avian Species Survey, May 2018 - William McDonald, Cristin Ellis, Pam Davis