Please note that our website will be temporarily go offline while we transfer everything to a new hosting platform. The website will likely go down between 5:00 and 6:00 PM tonight (January 3rd, 2017). Please check back in later tonight or tomorrow morning if you are unable to visit the website. You may also contact Alex at email@example.com if you have continued difficulty accessing emswcd.org or if you notice anything wrong on the website. Thank you!
Attention, farmers! Learn how to get the most out of your soil at an upcoming free workshop in Aurora, “Unlocking the Secrets to Soil Health Success in Organic Systems.” The workshop takes place on January 17th; see the flier for additional details.
RSVP for this free workshop: email Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 580-4767.
On behalf of EMSWCD board members and staff, we are very pleased to welcome our new Conservation Program Supervisor, Andrew Brown!
Andrew oversees the Conservation Legacy Program, which includes the Grants, Land Legacy and Farm Incubator programs, and serves as the District-wide planner. Andrew’s conservation and planning experience stems from his public, non-profit and private work in South Africa. During that time he worked in the Park Planning and Development Department of South African National Parks where he coordinated a regional landscape conservation initiative, and he also managed various conservation planning, land consolidation, stewardship and restoration projects.
Andrew came to the EMSWCD most recently from the Multnomah County Drainage District where he served as a Management Analyst. He holds an M.S. in Conservation Biology from the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology at the University of Kent in the UK, and a B.S. in Botany and Environmental and Geographical Science from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Please join us in welcoming Andrew to our organization!