Oak Lodge Water Services partners with the North Clackamas Watersheds Council who works to protect and enhance our watersheds' water quality, fish, and wildlife habitat.
The North Clackamas Watersheds Council is hosting a three-part lunchtime series. In this series you will learn the next steps you can take to support wildlife on your property, and in our watersheds. Learn how flooding, weather, tree planting, and other factors all work together to shape the place we live. Each workshop will take place between 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. followed by Q&A until 1:30 p.m.
In order to receive conferencing information, RSVP at tinyurl.com/ncwatersheds
- Monday, November 8 - Get to Know North Clackamas watersheds
In the first of our three-part online workshop series, we'll get to know the North Clackamas watersheds: what and where they are. We'll explore how water and wildlife work together, how we affect watersheds and how what happens on our property affects others (and vice versa!).
- Thursday, November 11 - Wildlife in North Clackamas watersheds
In the second of our three-part online workshop series, continue getting to know the North Clackamas watersheds with an introduction to the wildlife that live here, where to spot them, and the challenges they face from urbanization and climate change. Let’s bust some myths and learn how we can help and support the wildlife in our watersheds.
- Monday, November 15 - Watersheds, People, and Place
In the third of our three-part online workshop series, continue getting to know the North Clackamas watersheds by exploring the connections between human and watershed health. From birth weight to longevity, learn why canopy and nature are crucial to our shared futures.
Photo Credit: Steve Berliner is a Board Member on the North Clackamas Watershed Council and he captured this beautiful photo on the right of a Hooded Merganser.