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!

To improve the lower Columbia River by protecting
and restoring nature and clean water for current
and future generations of fish, wildlife and people.

 

Recent News

We're looking for an Executive Assistant to provide advanced professional support to the Executive Director and senior managers. The person participates in a variety of activities to advance the goals and the day-to-day operations of the...

Our 2015 month-by-month calendar features beautiful color photos from our Outdoor Education Program, and quotes from student participants. Contact us for your free copy...

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Portland Monthly Magazine has honored the Estuary Partnership with a "...

We are thrilled to have our habitat restoration work at Multnomah/Wahkeena Creeks in Benson State Recreation Area profiled in the October 2014 issue of ECO: Environment Coastal & Offshore Magazine!...

Upcoming Events

Volunteer Tree Planting at Benson State Park

Mar 7, 2015 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Volunteers of all ages and abilities are needed to help plant trees at the beautiful Benson State Park on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge near Multnomah Falls.  Come on your own or share your passion for the outdoors with friends...

Partner Spotlight: Deacon Charitable Foundation

We are proud to list the Deacon Charitable Foundation as a partner and supporter of our outdoor education programs. Deacon Corp. founded the Foundation in 2006 to improve the quality of life in the communities where their employees live and work by supporting organizations that address vital community needs and issues. Deacon employees determine where the Foundation will focus its support, and we are deeply grateful that they prioritized our outdoor watershed education for local school children and stewardship for the lower river. Thank you Deacon Charitable Foundation for your work to enrich our community and our environment.