Join us for a screening of the documentary Farmers for America.
- When: Wednesday, November 28th. 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
Columbia Grange #267
37493 NE Grange Hall Rd.
Corbett, OR 97019
FREE! Snacks provided.
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For questions or special accommodations, please contact Chelsea at (503) 935-5376 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now accepting applications for the 2019 PIC Grant cycle! The Partners in Conservation (PIC) program provides funding from $5,000 to up to $100,000 to support conservation projects and conservation education in the District. Please take a look at the new 2019 PIC Guidelines to learn more. To begin your application, visit our online grants management system, ZoomGrants.
Apply on the EMSWCD
Applications are due by December 14th, 2018. We also made some changes this year to our funding model and grant categories this year. Some highlights:
- PIC grant requests will be considered up to $100,000 and for up to two years of funding.
- PIC Plus grants will not be offered this fiscal year.
- Equity/Capacity Building will no longer be a stand-alone funding category. Equity criteria will be incorporated into other funding categories to reflect its importance in all grantmaking areas. Capacity building will be incorporated into the Environmental Education category to reflect a focus on supporting training and internal educational opportunities.
Learn more about our PIC Grant Programs and how to apply on the PIC Grants page.
We are now accepting applications for the Headwaters Farm Incubator Program 2019 growing season! The Incubator Program leases farmland, equipment and other resources to individuals seeking to establish a farm business. We encourage all interested individuals to apply!
Visit the Incubator Application page for information about the program and instructions on how to apply! You can also contact Rowan Steele, our Headwaters Farm Program Manager, at email@example.com or (503) 939-0314. All application materials are due by Wednesday, October 31st, 2018.
Learn how to save water and money by improving irrigation efficiency on your property! EMSWCD is offering a free workshop on May 15th at the Columbia Grange in Corbett. Topics covered will include converting to drip, sprinkler efficiency, moisture monitoring, and the frequency and duration of irrigation.
The East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District (EMSWCD) is offering an exciting career opportunity for a dedicated professional to serve as the Chief of Finance and Operations (CFO) for EMSWCD’s Finance and Operations Program. The CFO is a senior-level position within EMSWCD, serving on the management team and interacting frequently with the Board of Directors and Board Committees. The CFO is responsible for all budgeting and financial management activities for EMSWCD.
The CFO is also responsible for oversight of 1-6 staff within the Finance and Operations Program. Program activities include but are not limited to board and committee management, contracting, equity, facilities and fleet management, human resources, information technology, office management, and marketing and media.
Update: This position has now been filled. Thank you for your interest!
Thank you for your interest in our office hours at the Columbia Grange! Our last office hours were held on April 9th and 11th. We will put out another announcement the next time this is offered.
We’re coming to you!
Head to the Columbia Grange (The Columbia Grange is located at 37493 Grange Hall Rd in Corbett) for free one-on-one assistance from Jeremy Baker, Senior Conservation Planner. Bring your questions and explore strategies and solutions around:
- Erosion prevention
- Natural areas
- Livestock and grazing