The Cochran Rd bridge is part of the County’s commitment to help restore salmon in Beaver Creek. The project was conceived with one objective in mind: to remove the barrier of upstream migration for salmon. But, there’s a new fish in town.
Your vote YES on measures 26-203 and 26-204 will help support the Sandy watershed.
We’re only one week away from our big fundraising event on October 17th! This year’s celebration will feature: highlights from […]
With the mainstem Columbia now closed to Chinook, coho, steelhead and sturgeon, metro anglers are focusing their efforts on the […]
Our annual Timberline to Troutdale Cleanup events in September are the most fun way to give back to the Sandy, and they’re free!
Mt. Hood Community College, the Sandy River Watershed Council and other partners are preparing to complete planned parking lot improvements as part of the Salmon Safe initiative to enhance water quality and habitat on the College’s Gresham campus. Funded entirely by local and regional grants, the series of engineered rain gardens, swales, and stormwater filtering planters will clean and capture millions of gallons of rainfall from parking lots G and H, at the north edge of the campus entrance.