Job Opportunities


The Estuary Partnership currently has no positions open for applications. Check back here for future opportunities!

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East Fork Lewis River Floodplain Reclamation Project


Washington’s Lower East Fork Lewis River is essential to the recovery of wild salmon and steelhead. It is one of the few undammed rivers that supports five native salmonid species: fall Chinook salmon; winter and summer steelhead; coho salmon; and chum salmon. It also supports Pacific lamprey and other native aquatic and terrestrial species. However, habitat loss resulting from a former gravel mining operation on the river threatens the abundance of these wild fish and puts homes and other structures at risk of flooding. During the floods of 1995 and 1996, a series of nine abandoned gravel

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School Year Programs


The Estuary Partnership provides no-cost science programs to schools in the lower Columbia region of Oregon and Washington. Our programs combine classroom and field studies to increase student understanding of local ecology and environmental issues. Since 2000, the Estuary Partnership has provided environmental education programs and hands-on outdoor learning experiences to more than 81,000 students. To request a program for your class or school, submit a Program Request . We are no longer accepting requests for the current school year but will open the live link on May 15 th for the following

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ANEP Workshops November 2023


The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership is excited to welcome the Association of National Estuary Programs to our watershed and our headquarters. Staff and leaders from National Estuary Programs across the country are invited to gather for interactive workshops and field trips to learn about the work along the lower Columbia River, as well as within the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership study area. These workshops are being subsidized by the Association of National Estuary Programs so everyone can attend for a flat fee of $100. Thank you, ANEP! Registration closes October 17.

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Board of Directors resource page


This page provides information to the Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership Board of Directors.

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