We offer workshops to communities and groups on wide variety of conservation topics, including native plants, invasive weeds, wildlife habitat, soil health, and more! See our current selection of workshops.
Workshops available upon request
Requesting organizations are responsible for audience recruitment & securing a workshop location
Requesting a workshop
Please send requests by email to West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation Districtinfo@wmswcd.org
Learning series workshops offered annually:
This workshop series teaches participants how to identify and locate a variety of landscape approaches that are safe, simple, and cost-effective and help improve watershed health! Participants receive classroom and hands-on training in installing these stormwater management techniques.
Are you a gardener, landscape professional, or do you work on a small-scale farm? If you are looking to learn more about soil health, join us at Soil School!
Installing a demonstration garden is a great way to inspire others to plant their own gardens. Share and discover creative plant combinations and clever garden methods. Show how native plants can provide habitat for pollinators and beneficial insects.
We provide planning and financial assistance for demonstration garden projects.
Non-profit partners and organizations
We provide financial assistance to non-profit partners delivering land-based youth and adult conservation education, and organizations providing BIPOC-led and culturally specific programming.Learn more on our financial assistance services page
We help schools access funding and curriculum for conservation education and land-based educational opportunities for their students.Visit Oregonfarmtoschool.org
Conservation education resources
We have a variety of conservation educational materials and resources.