Working with the Clackamas River Basin Council and various riverside land managers and owners, 13 Stash the Trash stations are helping floaters, boaters, and other river lovers keep the Clackamas free of trash.
Over the last two months, volunteers with We Love Clean Rivers have been paddling the Clackamas, meeting with riverside land managers and stakeholders, and engaging the public with simple messaging around stewardship and safety. It’s been fun. We are learning a lot.
Quick report on June 5th Barton to Carver Recon trip.
Please join We Love Clean Rivers for an informational video call at 6:30pm on May 3rd, 2022.
Happy Earth Day!
River Steward Interview with Kim Swan
Check out latest interactive Down the River Cleanup map. All beaches, islands, and sloughs identified. As our perennial goal is to find NO LITTER on any river, we are honing in on the likely catch areas for trash and other debris (some can be reused!).
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2022 19TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLACK CLEANUP! This annual trash sweep at the end of summer covers a 20+ mile stretch of the Clackamas River from Estacada to the confluence with the Willamette River in Oregon City. The Down the River Cleanup is the largest and longest-running on-water cleanup event of its kind in Oregon.
Willamette Falls mini-Cleanup mission - January 24, 2022
Spring Greetings, River Lovers!We hope this finds you well, and ready for a better year and hopefully great times on the rivers.GratitudeFirst, we want to shout out a belated gratitude…