July 2014 Clackamas County programming update
Tune in to the Clackamas County Government Channel for programs that allow viewers to explore and connect with their community. Here is what’s new in July.
Tour de Clack
Ride along on the third annual Tour de Clack, a restoration-themed bicycle ride through the Clackamas watershed. Riders bike either a 30 or 50 mile bike route and explore the Clackamas River Basin, take in country landscapes and scenic views while visiting Clackamas County River Basin Council restoration projects along the way.
engAGE Expo 2014
Learn what it takes to create an age-friendly community as we check out the engAGE Expo. EngAGE in Community is a community-based effort to establish Clackamas County as an age-friendly place for people of all ages. This expo highlights everything from activities to accessibility as it showcases all the ways a community can become a viable place to age.
Everything You Need to Know: Native Pollinators
From bees, to butterflies and hummingbirds pollinators serve a crucial function in backyard gardens and farms. Learn how to create pollinator habitat including the best cover crops to help maintain ecosystem function and pollinate crops. Discover how to encourage native pollinators and benefit nearby crops with techniques like planting native wild flower strips.
These original, County-produced programs can be found online on Clackamas County’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ClackamasCounty/videos, Vimeo channel: http://vimeo.com/channels/ccgc and on the Clackamas County Government Channel. Check the website for program times and channel availability in your area: www.clackamas.us/cable/