West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District

We can help you with advise, planning and potential funding for:

  • Soil erosion and compaction – to improve soil health related to crops, livestock and other activities
  • Irrigation water efficiency -to improve water delivery to crops, e.g. switching from hand lines to drip irrigation.
  • Stream/ditch buffers for water quality – With SIDIC approval, to improve buffers along drainage ditches/canals that ultimately flow into the Multnomah Channel.
  • Wildlife habitat – to help landowners with specific species control or improving habitat.
  • Transition to Organics – to help convert farm operations to organics to access emerging local, regional and national markets.
  • Accessing local markets – to access the growing market for local produce and products, whether they be organic or not.
  • Easements (farm and wildlife) – to help keep farmland in production.
  • Livestock – to alleviate mud, manure, pasture problems by helping create a grazing or manure compost management plan.
  • Weeds – to identify and help remove invasive weeds from pastures, crops and natural areas.

Hours: The District office is open Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
2701 NW Vaughn Street, Ste. 450, Portland, OR, 97210

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