Partners combine efforts to tackle invasive weeds along Clackamas River

March 27, 2019by ncdea

OREGON, Clackamas SWCD – An initiative now in its third year aims to coordinate efforts between federal, state, regional, and local partners and private landowners in managing invasive species and preventing the introduction or spread of new species across the 600,700-acre Clackamas River Basin.

The Clackamas River Invasive Species Partnership, or CRISP, grew out of conversations between the nonprofit Clackamas River Basin Council, the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District and Metro in late 2015 and now includes 13 public and nonprofit partners.

Source: Partners combine efforts to tackle invasive weeds along Clackamas River | Metro

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