The Conservation District regularly holds workshops on topics relating to watershed health, forest management, landscaping with native plants, oak and streamside habitats, pasture/mud & manure management, pollinators and birds, and invasive weeds. Workshop topics change often so be sure to check our calendar often!
Our annual workshops include:
Weed Watcher Training (held in the spring)
Soil School (held in April)
Urban Watershed Mentor Training (held in the spring)
Stormwater Challenge Workshops (held in the fall)
We also have a wide variety of publications, booklets, brochures, guides, videos and other items covering all of our program areas. You’ll find them listed in the Library//Resources section of our website.
If you are a part of a Homeowners or Neighborhood Association and would like to schedule a speaker for your group of 15 people or more, call Communications Coordinator, Carolyn Myers Lindberg at 503.238.4775, ext. 101 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations will be made for access to all workshops with advance notice by calling West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District at (503) 238-4775, ext. 100.