The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership


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

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...

The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership is coordinating the implementation of a habitat restoration project in the La Center wetlands during September - October 2015. The project will restore tidal influence to the wetlands and restore critical...

Check out the story on our restoration project at Batwater Station from KGW!

Upcoming Events

Free Teacher Workshop in Beaverton

May 21, 2016 - 9:00am to 3:00pm

Integrating Common Core with Outdoor Science Education

Third through sixth grade teachers are invited to join the Estuary Partnership's Educators for a professional development workshop and earn up to 6 PDUs. Learn how to make outdoor...

Columbia River Estuary Conference

May 24, 2016 - 9:00am to May 26, 2016 - 6:00pm
Recent Anomalous Environmental Conditions - Drivers and Consequences

The 2016 Columbia River Estuary Conference is coming up May 24-26. Join us at the Liberty Theater in Astoria to discuss new and emerging science on the lower...

Science to Policy Summit: Climate Change

Jun 17, 2016 - 9:00am to 3:00pm

Climate Change: How vulnerable is the lower Columbia River? And what are we doing about it?

Join us at this year's 10th annual Science to Policy Summit to examine emerging climate change research and its implications for...

Corporate Spotlight: BergerABAM

BergerABAM is based in the PNW and all of the firm’s regional offices in Portland, Vancouver, and Hood River are located near the Columbia River. BergerABAM’s staff is mindful of the history, health, and value of the river as they provide planning, natural resources, civil and structural engineering, strategic communications, construction management, and underwater inspection services. This uniquely wide array of services is the reason BergerABAM helps clients meet their sustainability goals with well designed and ecologically responsible projects.

Thank you, BergerABAM, for your years of support for outdoor education and a healthy river!