The Crystal Springs Partnership is a group of community members, organizations, and City representatives who are working toward making the Crystal Springs Watershed a vibrant, healthy place for people and wildlife. The group is partnering local knowledge and agency expertise to develop a national model for urban watersheds. In particular, working toward ensuring that Crystal Springs Creek will have healthy urban salmon through community collaboration around education, advocacy, and restoration. Explore these pages for more information, or to join us at an event!
3rd Annual Salmon Celebration!
Join the CSP and many other organizations and agencies in celebration of the restoration of Crystal Springs Creek and the return of the salmon to the city, Sunday, October 2nd, from 11am to 4pm at Westmoreland Park.
The program will includes a traditional wild salmon bake, inter-tribal games, and Native American storytelling. Booths will include hands-on science activities, wilderness skills, nature crafts, and games for children and adults alike. The event will be free and open to all. Flyer here.
2016 Walking Tour Map now available
BrochureThe third edition of our Walking Tour Map is back from the printers and available at two branch libraries (Woodstock and Sellwood-Moreland), the Sellwood Community Center, and at a brochure display at SE 21st Ave and Spokane St.. Much thanks to the Watershed Services Group, Bureau of Environmental Services for making this happen. PDFs here (brochure side) and here (map side). Double page version here.
CSP YouTube channel
Check out our new YouTube channel for videos of and about Crystal Springs Creek: community, restoration, wildlife and history HERE.
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Everyone Has a Role to Play!
Crystal Springs is a phenomenal resource with immense value to both people and wildlife. There are many ways to get involved. Contact us for more details at email@example.com
- Join the Crystal Springs Partnership (come to a monthly meeting)
- Walk your watershed — Know your neighborhood
- Support local businesses that promote good stewardship
- Volunteer to help restoration efforts or at CSP events
- Learn about good stewardship practices and share them with your friends
- Don't feed ducks or other wildlife!
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