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Clean Water Services

Sitka Customer Since 2013

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Clean Water Services
Clean Water Services is a water resources management utility that combines science and nature to clean water and return it to the Tualatin River, so it can be used again. They work in partnership with others to safeguard the river’s health and vitality, ensure the economic success of the region, and protect public health for more than 560,000 residents and businesses in urban Washington County.

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Learn How Clean Water Services Streamlines Site Management with TerraTrak

TerraTrak is instrumental in centralizing data, establishing consistent workflows, and sharing results.

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Using TerraTrak to Tame Your Material Management Logistics

Learn how Clean Water Services uses TerraTrak to streamline their material management logistics.

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Fernhill Wetlands in Forest Grove, Oregon
Fernhill Wetlands is part of more than 700 acres in Forest Grove owned by Clean Water Services and managed in partnership with the City of Forest Grove and Fernhill Wetlands Council. 

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Aug. 16, 2017, 10:00 AM (PDT)

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Site Management Tool for Natural Areas Managers: Intro to TerraTrak

Natural Areas Association Webcast

Join representatives from Sitka Technology Group and discover how the platform:

  • Centralizes all program data
  • Streamlines business processes and workflows
  • Simplifies the process of sharing program summaries and reports


Brian Knowles | Founder & Managing Partner, Sitka Technology Group
Steve Rentmeester | Senior Product Owner, Sitka Technology Group

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From the blog

September 29, 2016

Vote Yes for Clean Water and Healthy Soil

When Washington County residents go to the polls this November, they won’t just be voting for the next president. They will also have the opportunity to vote for a permanent conservation measure that will raise up to $5 million annually for the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District. Measure 34-269 will protect our drinking water, enhance fish and wildlife habitat, and support conservation efforts for farms, forests, and urban areas of Washington County, Oregon.

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July 13, 2016

See What We Learned at the Conservation Manager Roundtable

On June 15th, we were both humbled and honored to host 15 people from eight different organizations for our first Conservation Manager Roundtable. Representatives from Puget Sound down to the Tahoe Basin shared their successes, challenges, and innovate solutions with the group.

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