The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

Welcome

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

Join us at a local natural area, have fun and help protect the river!
 

Recent News

Last year the Estuary Partnership was one of the winners in Outdoor Nations Best Paddlesports Project competition and we're profiled in the new video that highlights last year's winners. Winners represent Outdoor Nation's view of the...

The every two-year Columbia Estuary Workshop is back and registration is open! Reserve your space now for the latest Columbia River estuary science and research, posters, and networking. And thanks to the Workshop Sponsors, the event is once...

Please consider submitting an abstract for the 2014 Columbia River Estuary Workshop: Forging Links in the Columbia River Estuary (CREW). The biennial workshop will be held May 28-30, 2014 at the Liberty Theater in Astoria, Oregon. Abstracts are...

Aquatic Contracting LLC joins the Estuary Partnership as a Corporate Leader for the Columbia.  Aquatic Contracting is committed to restoring and enhancing habitat throughout the Northwest through consulting and contracting services for...

Upcoming Events

CREW - 2014 Columbia River Estuary Workshop

May 28, 2014 - 8:00am to May 30, 2014 - 5:00pm

     CREW 2014: Forging Links in the Columbia Estuary
May 28-30, 2014 at the Liberty Theater in Astoria, Oregon

2014 Theme: A workshop bringing together...

Science to Policy Summit 2014: Toxics Contaminants

Jun 13, 2014 - 9:00am

Planning is underway for the Science to Policy Summit 2014 on Toxics Reduction. Click here for more details and to register....

Community Partner - SUBARU

Subaru of America promotes environmental stewardship and science exploration for youth. This year, we are excited to partner with Subaru to involve 125 students in our Outdoor Environmental Stewardship Program. Together, we are getting kids outside to learn about the Columbia River and engage in activities that protect our local natural areas. Thank you Subaru!