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With the abundant rainfall we have in the Pacific Northwest, it is sometimes difficult to understand why we need to conserve water. As our communities have grown, our water needs have also grown. Water conservation is something that we should all practice. Except for the air we breathe, water is the single most important element of our lives. It is too precious to waste. Regardless of the availability of water now and in the future, we must get the most for our current supply. The Clackamas River Water Providers currently provides water conservation incentive programs and services for OLWS.

If you have any questions about the links below or would like more information, please contact Christine Hollenbeck at (503) 723-3511 or by email at

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