Who we are.
The Scappoose Bay Watershed Council was formed in 1997. We are a 501(c)(3), non-profit, non-regulatory organization whose diverse group of dedicated volunteers share a common concern for our quality of life, our natural resources, and our community.
We employ a small staff, assisted by qualified contractors, volunteers with professional expertise, and natural resource agencies. The Council is a source of information about the watershed for residents, visitors, local groups and partners.
Scappoose Bay Watershed Council
The Council Board meets on the second Tuesday evening of the month from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. See our event calendar for meeting details. Usual topics include updates on current projects and the nursery, plus regular business requirements. View past meeting minutes and access the agenda and reports for the upcoming meeting. The public is welcome at all meetings.
WE WORK WITH THE COMMUNITY TO
Preserve the land for the future.
Find more details about the Scappoose Bay Watershed and our plans designed to improve the health of the watershed through specific, prioritized restoration actions.
- 2018 Strategic Action Plan
- Sauvie Island and Multnomah Channel Bottomlands Conservation
- 2014 State of the Watershed
- 2000 SB Watershed Assessment
- Water Quality and Salmon Monitoring in the SBW
- Limiting Factor Analysis
- Bio Assessments
- South Scappoose Creek Restoration Plan
- Scappoose Bay Bottomlands Conservation and Restoration Plan
- Fish Passage Barriers
Partner Resource Studies:
- Coming soon