Please join us at our next Watershed Council meeting!
When: Tuesday, April 19 from 6 to 8 pm.
Where: Lebanon Public Library, 55 Academy Street in Lebanon.
Speaker: The Youth Watershed Councils from Lebanon and Sweet Home High Schools will be presenting on their recent restoration projects. 6 – 7 pm
There will be Council updates following our speakers. 7 – 8 pm
See you there!
The next Council meeting is Tuesday Jan 19. 6:30-8:30pm at Lebanon public library.
This will be a board business meeting.
The Willamette River received a grade of B- in the first Report card of river health undertaken by the Willamette River Initiative. To find out more please click on the link below to go to the WRI website:
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Place: Lebanon Public Library, (55 Academy St, Lebanon, OR)
Speaker: Doug Bateman, Senior Faculty Researcher at OSU, will be presenting research from the Trask paired watershed study which investigated effects of forest harvest on small head water streams.
The South Santiam Watershed Council was awarded $56,050 to be shared with project partners the North Santiam Watershed Council and the Calapooia Watershed Council. The grant award allows the SSWC to continue participation in the Willamette Model Watershed Program. A big thank you to the Meyer Memorial Trust!
Learn more about MMT at their website: www.mmt.org
It’s official! The SHHS Youth Watershed Council has adopted the lower portion of Sankey Park, including the riparian area of Ames Creek that runs through the park. As part of their adoption the students are tasked with keeping the park and creek clean. They have also partnered with the City of Sweet Home to design and install new interpretive signs in the park, and to restore the riparian habitat along the creek. Stop by the park to check out their progress or volunteer to help out at one of their community clean up events. For more information you can contact Angela Clegg, Watershed Education Coordinator, at email@example.com.