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Current Project Payback Partners

Project Payback could not be successful in meeting its goals without the commitment of its partners throughout Clackamas County. We would like to thank the following partners for their continued involvement.

Wilderness International
Wilderness International, a non-profit conservation organization based in Canby, partners with the Juvenile Department in the administration and delivery of Project Payback services.  Wilderness International has been and continues to be central to the success and expansion of Project Payback since 2009.  Wilderness International’s Website

Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
The BLM provides work projects at BLM recreational sites across Clackamas County. They offer Project Payback crews a positive work experience where they learn about caring for and enjoying our natural resources. BLM Website 

City of Canby
Canby provides work projects which include park maintenance opportunities to improve opportunities for community members to enjoy these areas that the city sets aside for outdoor experiences.  City of Canby Website

City of Gladstone
Gladstone provides work projects which include construction and native habitat restoration in park settings along the Clackamas and Willamette Rivers. City of Gladstone Website

City of Milwaukie
Milwaukie provides work projects which include landscaping maintenance, graffiti removal, and trash pick-up.  City of Milwaukie Website 

City of West Linn
West Linn provides work enhancing the Walnut Grove at Mary S. Young Park through the removal of invasive species.  City of West Linn Website

Clackamas County Roads Department
The Roads Department provides work clearing trash alongside Clackamas County roads.  Roads Division Website

SOLV
SOLV provides work targeting stream habitat reclamation through the removal of invasive species and planting of native species. 
SOLV’s Website 

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