What CRC has been up to?During 2022, the CRC launched its Follow the Water – Connect the Drops website and social media channels. Please visit the site and ask your organization to follow our social media channels! Would you consider adding the Follow the Water weblink to your organization’s website as this helps boost our google search results for people looking for water … Continue reading Clean Rivers Coalition – January Forum Summary
Thank you for joining us at our March 2022 forum!
Hello all! It was quite a joy to see all of you who joined us at our virtual forum. We appreciate your input as we guide the Follow the Water website and social media towards the full launch to the public on May 1, 2022. (The presentations can be found on our Forum Page). We … Continue reading Thank you for joining us at our March 2022 forum!
March 2021 Updates – Community Based Social Marketing Training & Pesticide Use Reduction
Community Based Social Marketing The Clean Rivers Coalition hosted a Community Based Social Marketing training on January 6 - 11, 2021. The training was led by Dr. Doug McKenzie-Mohr, the founder of Community Based Social Marketing and author of Fostering Sustainable Behavior: an Introduction to Community Based Social Marketing. The training attracted over 80 folks from watershed councils, … Continue reading March 2021 Updates – Community Based Social Marketing Training & Pesticide Use Reduction
Clean Water Campaign Visual Identity & Messaging Forum – December 4th from 1:00pm – 3:30pm
We need your voices! Please join us for our virtual Clean Water Campaign Visual Identity & Messaging Forum on December 4th from 1:00pm - 3:30pm This is a free forum for those interested in the work of the Clean Rivers Coalition. We want to hear from you as the process continues to develop a clean water … Continue reading Clean Water Campaign Visual Identity & Messaging Forum – December 4th from 1:00pm – 3:30pm
The CRC Statewide Clean Water Outreach Campaign Strategy is complete!
The Clean Rivers Coalition recently completed our Statewide Clean Water Outreach Campaign Strategy. View the strategy playbook here. View the 10 minute video executive summary of the strategy, or check out the 45 minute webinar where CRC and our consultant, Brink, explain the full plan. While you're at it, you can review several key CRC … Continue reading The CRC Statewide Clean Water Outreach Campaign Strategy is complete!
Healthy Waters Forum Recap
Thank you to those of you who were able to attend or call in to the Clean Rivers Coalition Healthy Waters Campaign Forum on October 23rd. We've shared a summary of the day below, and you can find all of the resources we shared during the forum here. CRC October Forum Summary: The CRC forum kicked … Continue reading Healthy Waters Forum Recap
Join us for the 2019 Healthy Waters Outreach Forum – October 23rd
Please join us for our 2019 Healthy Waters Outreach Forum on October 23rd at the Keizer Civic Center from 10am - 3pm This is a free forum for those interested in the work of the Clean Rivers Coalition Agenda: - Update on the development of our Healthy Waters outreach campaign strategy - Presentation of the … Continue reading Join us for the 2019 Healthy Waters Outreach Forum – October 23rd
June 2019 Update
Greetings Clean Rivers Coalition members, The Clean Rivers Coalition Steering Committee is excited to move into Phase II of our project to develop and launch a statewide clean water communications campaign! In the coming months, we will host a community forum to share survey results with the broader coalition and gather your feedback. Details on … Continue reading June 2019 Update
February 2019 Update
Stakeholders & Friends: The Clean Rivers Coalition (CRC) Steering Committee is pleased to announce that we’re off to the races and are developing a statewide strategic communications plan to inspire Oregonians to take actions for clean water! After the July and Nov 2017 CRC forums in Keizer, where you provided insights to help inform our process, … Continue reading February 2019 Update
November Forum Recap
Thank you to all of our partners and stakeholders who attended the Clean River Coalition’s fourth forum. The results from each forum help us hone our process as we move forward in developing a strategic plan for the statewide targeted communications campaign, designed to encourage people to take action to reduce water pollution. Your efforts … Continue reading November Forum Recap