After a prolonged period of dry, cold weather, rain has finally settled in and will change the springer friendly dynamic of the Willamette River. The river […]
Winter steelheading on the Sandy and Clackamas Rivers remains ho-hum. Water levels are dropping and clearing, making for more challenging […]
The “Invasive Weed Smackdown,” as it is familiarly known to the Council and partners, completed its 6th successful season in partnership with the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District in 2018. Invasive weeds are a significant threat to thriving intact native riparian forests, home to endangered salmon and other beloved forest species, prompting “Captain Smackdown*” to take action…
Although steelhead season is rapidly headed toward peak season, catches have remained fair-at-best in the Sandy and Clackamas Rivers. Fluctuating flows due […]
Following the last significant rain freshet, the Sandy and Clackamas Rivers came into fishable shape earlier this week. Anglers still struggled in the higher flows, but […]
By Sara Ennis, SRWC Community Stewardship Coordinator & SOLVE staff.
Thanks to funding from the Troutdale Enhancement Fund and continued partnership with the Sandy River Watershed Council, SOLVE is excited to engage community members at Beaver Creek to plant hundreds of native trees and shrubs…