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And thank you to Roseann and Michael, who joined Renee and William at the August 11th CoGen celebration - we appreciate you coming out and your support!
That is so innovative! Nice job Shelly and team!
Councilor Angel Falconer (she/her)
We have a great partnership with Clackamas Community College's Environmental Learning Center to bring watershed health education to children. Also with the Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership on grade-school education and field trip experiences.
Thanks for the reminder, Ron.
We are also a partner in the Children's Clean Water Festival and created a virtual festival with curriculum for 4th grade students. https://www.cleanwaterfestival.org/
OAR stands for Oregon Administrative Rules, which apply across Oregon.
Hi everyone, one more reminder, WES is a sponsor of the October 26 Oregon City Business Alliance Forum. Based on what we learned in the Clean Water Exchange climate change and watershed health ranked as top concerns so we're taking on the conversation. The title of the forum is "Climate Change, Wildfires and Watershed Health: Can the Clackamas River withstand the Heat." Our own Renee Harber will facilitate and Ron will be on the panel. More soon! Hope you can join us!!
Thank you for this information Shelly!
Great presentation Lynne!
the maps are very helpful as visuals.
Thank you for this very helpful information tonight.