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Want to know exactly how much you should be watering each week? By using the weekly watering number you can do just that. Click here for more information.

 

In an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and support the health of our communities, we are working from home until further notice. We will continue to be accessible online and by phone.
Click here for more information about how the CRWP members are keeping your drinking water safe.
 

Kim Swan
503.723.3510
[email protected]

Christine Hollenbeck
503.723.3511
[email protected]

New Pilot Water Conservation Rebate

Flume Smart Home Water Monitor $100 Maximum.  Flume, a first-of-its-kind, easily installed household device that puts the power of water monitoring into the hands of homeowners.
Click here for more information. 

Teacher Resources and Links 

To support our Teachers and Educators we have developed a list of environmental and water education resources and links.  Click here to visit our Teacher Resource page.

 

 

 

 

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Water Conservation

Except for the air we breath, water is the single most important element of our lives. It is too precious to waste. Regardless of the availability of water now and in the future, we must get the most for our current supply

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Our Programs

The Clackamas River Water Providers are implementing a  variety of programs to protect and conserve our water resources. These include water conservation programs, watershed programs, and water quality programs.

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Watershed Protection

Sustaining a precious resource a top priority. By preserving the Clackamas River as a high quality drinking water source we can help minimize future drinking water treatment costs, while being good stewards of the river.