Come celebrate Earth Day with us on April 18th! We will be planting trees to provide habitat and shade the Salmon River. This is an opportunity for our LatinX community to come together, make an impact and connect with the great outdoors.
It comes with a mixture of sadness and excitement that I leave the Sandy River Watershed Council after serving for […]
On January 28th, 2020, Sandy River Watershed Council staff member Melissa lead a tour of the Mt. Hood Community College campus for six students of the MHCC WR 122:05 English class and their instructor. During this tour students engaged in discussion and inquiry about the Salmon Safe projects and why these projects are happening on their college campus. The following blog post is the students response to what they learned that day.
The Sandy River Watershed Council seeks a creative Community Engagement Specialist. This person will inspire community members towards basin-wide stewardship in the Sandy River and its tributaries. The Community Engagement Specialist develops and implements communications strategies via digital and in-person engagement.
It’s a battle of natives and invaders. No, I’m not talking about American politics. You’ve probably read enough on that in today’s newspaper. This is a fight for stream habitat between non-native fishes and native salmon species in the upper Beaver Creek watershed. It’s a fight that humans unfortunately created out of self preservation, out of naivety, and without consideration for the consequences of these actions on our salmon’s survival.
Our annual Timberline to Troutdale Cleanup events in September are the most fun way to give back to the Sandy, and they’re free!