2018 Annual Celebration Sponsors

 

For over three decades, Inter-Fluve has specialized in restoration of rivers, lakes, and wetlands. They are a team of scientists, engineers, and technicians who care deeply about the health of our waterways. Inver-Fluve develops solutions to complex aquatic challenges that balance human and environmental needs. Locally located in Hood River, Oregon, their work spans 1,700 successful restoration projects across four continents and all regions of the U.S. We are incredibly proud to have them as sponsors of our Annual Celebration.
 
 
 
 
Aquatic Contracting LLC is a full service contractor committed to restoring and enhancing habitat throughout the Pacific Northwest. With roots in the Lower Columbia, Aquatic Contracting is truly a local company dedicated to our local waterways. Their staff are locally based, highly qualified, and committed to stream and wetlands restoration. And all projects they work on increase habitat for fish and wildlife. 
 
The Estuary Partnership is proud to have worked with Aquatic Contracting on projects such as our Horsetail Creek Floodplain restoration. We are grateful for Aquatic Contracting's longstanding support of our work and their dedication to a healthy Columbia River.
 
 
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!
 
 
 
Chehalem Winery is committed to sustainability, and their three vineyards - Ridgecrest, Corral Creek, and Stoller - are all Salmon-Safe and LIVE-certified. They have been producing incredible wines in the Willamette Valley since 1990. Chehalem and other LIVE Sustainable Northwest Wines are third-party certified to minimize environmental impacts, preserve agricultural fertility, and sustain economic viability for generations to come.