What We Do: Our Programs, Projects & Partners
Cascade Pacific provides fiscal sponsorship and non-profit management services for groups, agencies, organizations, and other non-profits. We fill a valuable fiscal role that allows these groups to focus on expanding their capacity, attract funding and accomplish their work on the ground.
Our clients and partners encompass a wide range of groups and activities including: agriculture and local food markets; water utilities around watershed protection efforts; restoration work with watershed councils; forest restoration with USFS Stewardship Contracting; invasive weed management; and similar work.
Our services include helping facilitate collaborative partnerships to organizations and groups to achieve synergistic outcomes that mutually satisfy our respective missions.
Cascade Pacific has over 25 years of experience. We sponsor, host and/or provide fiscal administrative for the programs, projects or partnerships listed below. Click below for more information about these programs.
Cascade Pacific provides fiscal and administrative services to a variety of groups and organizations. Our current fiscal clients and sponsored projects are listed below.
- Watershed Councils for the North Santiam, Rickreall, Greater Oregon City, and South Fork John Day
- Southern Willamette, Wild Rivers Coast, and Oregon Dunes Restoration Collaboratives.
- Pure Water Partners Program (PWP) in partnership with the Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB); and
- Upper Willamette Conservation Restoration Enhancement Program (CREP).
In partnership with the Siuslaw National Forest (SNF) and others, Cascade Pacific facilitates forest stewardship through the Siuslaw Collaborative Watershed Restoration Program. A large number of partners including SNF, CPRCD, Watershed Councils, Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Tribes, non-profit groups and others collaborate on forest restoration efforts on the SNF and surrounding lands. CPRCD manages the Stewardship Fund which supports watershed restoration projects in the Alsea, Hebo, Marys Peak, and Siuslaw Stewardship areas. CPRCD is currently involved with the McKenzie Stewardship Group in efforts to implement Stewardship Contracting on the Willamette National Forest.
WIN is an informal network of individuals, organizations, and agencies concerned with rural and urban invasive weed issues in northwestern Oregon and southwestern Washington. WIN partners include members from Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Watershed Councils, Native American Tribes, Schools (universities, public school districts, private institutions, etc.), and Local, State, and Federal Government Departments (Agriculture, Parks & Recreation, Public Works/Transportation, Fish/Wildlife, Forestry & other natural resource agencies).