We are excited to announce that our team of Cascade, Waterways, and Brown and Caldwell has won the BES contract for on-call Watershed services. We're pleased to continue our work for BES.
Cascade, along with Mosaic Ecology, recently won the Carli Creek Permit Compliance and Maintenance contract for Clackamas County Water Environment Services. Visit the project website for more information.
We have filled our Office Manager position. Thank you to everyone who applied!
We are looking for an Office Manager with exceptional attention to detail who is adept at managing and prioritizing multiple tasks to assist us in a range of duties to ensure the office runs smoothly. In addition to general office management, required skills include experience in human resources, payroll, bookkeeping, and managing quarterly and end of the year tax requirements. Knowledge of Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, are essential. Document editing/proofing skills are highly desirable. Candidates who have experience in a combination of QuickBooks, Payroll, time tracking software, and human resources are strongly preferred. This is a part-time position (20-30 hours/week) with a flexible work schedule.
Qualified candidates can see a more detailed job description in the files below. To apply, email cover letter, resume, and answers to the supplemental questions listed in the job description to email@example.com.
-Cascade recently assisted the Hopkins Demonstration Forest staff with overseeing volunteers who installed over 900 plants at the amphibian pond site. Emergent wetland, scrub-shrub, willow, and riparian upland plants were planted on a beautiful sunny Sunday.
We were excited to see that the site is already home to at least 14 red-legged frog egg masses, and several rough-skinned newts.
As part of the Clackamas Partnership Strategic Planning project, Cascade developed and submitted a restoration implementation grant proposal to the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB). OWEB selected the Partnership to receive a Focused Investment Partnership (FIP) implementation grant. The partnership was awarded $3,454,580 of a 6-year (2019-2025) planned total investment of $8,744,080 to support fish habitat restoration in the Clackamas River Basin and other watersheds, benefitting Chinook salmon, coho salmon, steelhead, and other native fish species. The Partnership estimates leveraging at least an equal amount of additional funding from Partnership organizations and other sources to support their efforts.
“This project is a great investment of the state’s Lottery dollars,” says Meta Loftsgaarden, OWEB’s
executive director. “This investment benefits native fish species while improving water quality and
supporting the local natural resource economy.”
Learn more about the project here.
The application window for this position is now closed. Thank you to everyone who applied! Applicants who will be invited to interview have been contacted.
Cascade Environmental Group seeks a mid-level Wetland Ecologist/GIS Analyst with 3-5 years of experience. We are a small, locally-owned consulting company that primarily develops wetland mitigation banks, publicly-funded restoration planning and design projects, and watershed assessments, as well as completing wetland delineations, compliance monitoring, and aquatic resource permitting. Our office is in the Pearl District of Downtown Portland. The employee in this position will spend approximately 70% of their time as an ecologist and approximately 30% as a GIS analyst.
Applicants should have demonstrated experience with mid-level professional work and the desire for continued professional development, both in knowledge and abilities. Applicants should be able to delineate wetlands, develop wetland permit applications, and perform compliance monitoring work with minimal supervision.
See full job description and information on how to apply HERE.
Construction of the Hopkins Forest Wetland Restoration Project was completed in September of 2018. Two ponds and associated wetlands were graded, and habitat features such as logs, rock piles, and sand areas were installed to provide habitat for a variety of species, particularly amphibians. The site will be planted in late Fall of 2018. More
cascade to provide wetland delineation and functions assessment to transalta centralia mining and dnv-gl for tono solar project
Cascade is thrilled to provide wetland delineation and functions assessment assistance to TransAlta Centralia Mining and DNV-GL for the proposed Tono Solar project in Washington State. TransAlta is our longest-running client and we are pleased to be a part of the project in this planning and engineering phase. The project is proposed to be sited on reclamation lands for the mine and would be the largest solar project in the state. It is located near our work on the Big Hanaford Creek and Chehalis Basin Mitigation Bank.
Local news write up and more information can be found here.
John Runyon is participating in a panel at CONNECT Conservation Conference in Seaside on April 19, 2018. The panel will discuss how open-source web-based technology is fostering collaborative watershed restoration in the Clackamas River Basin and other tributaries to the Willamette River. The panel members include the developer of the software, Sitka Technology, and Daniel Newbery, Executive Director for the Johnson Creek Watershed Council. John is assisting the Clackamas Partnership with the development of a strategic restoration action plan focused on native fish recovery.