The Clackamas Partnership is a collaboration of Portland metropolitan area watershed councils and government agencies committed to improving watershed health. The Partnership is developing a Strategic Action Plan that will guide voluntary restoration actions designed to improve stream habitat and native fish populations. The Strategic Plan covers the Clackamas River Basin, a stretch of the Willamette River, and other tributaries flowing into the east side of the Willamette River.
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What makes the Clackamas Partnership Project Tracker interesting is since we track the same information as OWEB applications, it makes it really easy to present information to them.
Daniel Newberry | Executive Director, Johnson Creek Watershed Council
Oregon's top conservation professionals will be headed to Sunriver this April to address today's natural resource challenges and look ahead to future issues. Attendees will go home with new strategies and techniques to implement conservation, increase public education, lead staff, and build partnerships.
One of my highlights from last week’s CONNECT 2018 conference in Seaside was sitting in the audience during the Clackamas Partnership Project Tracker Panel. Daniel Newberry from the Johnson Creek Watershed Council and John Runyon from the Cascade Environmental Group joined Matt on stage to share their experiences using ProjectFirma.
Last week, over 1,000 conservation leaders met in Nashville for the 72nd annual National Association of Conservation Districts meeting. Sitka was proud to be a sponsor for this meeting that brings farmers, ranchers, fosters, and conservation professionals from places as far as New Hampshire to Guam in one place to discuss policies and share ideas.
Last month, Sitka participated in a panel at the joint ISOCARP and Oregon APA Conference on “Small Communities.” Our Wednesday morning panel focused on how the Sitka-built and supported Lake Tahoe Environmental Improvement Program (EIP) Project Tracker is being leveraged by other multi-agency organizations, like the Clackamas Partnership and 18 California Resource Conservation Districts, to increase data collection efficiency and program transparency via the ProjectFirma platform.