The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

Welcome

Your contribution gets kids outside and learning on the water, and helps protect the river. Thank you!

"Experience Vancouver Lake" engages community members of all ages in activities in and around the lake. Find out more and join us!

Recent News

The Estuary Partnership is requesting bids from design-build teams for a habitat restoration project along Hamilton Creek near North Bonneville, WA in the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. There is a mandatory, on-site, pre-bid meeting on...

Since our restoration project at La Center Bottoms was...

Registration is now open for the Columbia River Estuary Conference, to be held May 24-26 at the Liberty Theater in Astoria, Oregon. Registration is $70 for one day or $125 for all three...

Constructions is complete on our habitat restoration project in La Center Bottoms in La Center, Washington, and the trail is open. Read...

Upcoming Events

Lacamas Lake Paddle (FULL)

Jun 28, 2016 - 10:00am

Enjoy a leisurely paddle on Lacamas Lake, created 15,000 years ago by cataclysmic freshwater floods! This family-friendly paddle is a great way to see songbirds, raptors, and waterfowl while learning about the natural history of the region....

Community Paddle on Vancouver Lake (FULL)

Jul 14, 2016 - 9:30am

Explore Vancouver Lake from a whole new perspective! Join the Estuary Partnership for a family friendly canoe paddle aboard our two 29' 14-passenger canoes. Glide past a host of birds while learning about Vancouver Lake and the Columbia River...

Willamette Park Full Moon Paddle (FULL)

Jul 19, 2016 - 7:45pm to 9:45pm

Explore the Willamette River by the light of the moon! Join the Estuary Partnership for a family friendly paddle aboard our two 29' 14-passenger canoes. Paddle behind the Ross Island Complex into Holgate Channel where quiet waters provide the...

Sauvie Island Paddle (FULL)

Jul 28, 2016 - 10:00am

Join the Estuary Partnership for a family friendly paddle through the Sauvie Island Wildlife Area aboard our two 29' canoes. Gilbert River meanders from Sturgeon Lake to Multnomah Channel and provides wonderful access to birds and wildlife....

Corporate Spotlight: Wolf Water Resources

Wolf Water Resources is a women-owned watershed science and engineering design firm based in Portland, Oregon. Wolf Water Resources works with nature and partners with people to restore ecosystems and improve water quality. Their planning and design services enhance water resources with long term solutions in collaboration with communities.

Thank you, Wolf Water Resources, for being a long-time champion for the Columbia River!