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SSWC meeting schedule for spring 2017.  All spring 2017 meetings at the Lebanon Public Library.

  • Tuesday March 21, 3pm- 5pm.  SpeakerMegan Zarzycki  Wildlife Program Biologist for Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians
  • Tuesday April 18, 6pm – 8pm.  Speaker:  Yearly project presentation by Lebanon and Sweet Home Youth Watershed Council
  • Tuesday May 16, 3pm – 5pm.  Speaker: ODFW Wildlife Biologist Susan Barnes.  Topic :  Western Pond Turtles in the Willamette!
  • Tuesday June 20, 3pm – 5pm.  Speaker: To Be Decided

 

About the meetings:

The SSWC generally meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Lebanon Public Library, located at 55 Academy St in downtown Lebanon.

Meetings offer citizens an opportunity to discuss natural resource issues in a unique forum with many points of view represented.

Community members engaged in watershed tour.
Community members engaged in watershed tour.

The SSWC encourages new membership and volunteer participation. Membership is free and includes opportunities to see beautiful parts of our watershed.  Our members play a vital role in the direction and goals of the watershed council. If you are interested in natural resources, community affairs, or ways to grow the local economy; please consider joining us.

The SSWC recruits volunteers throughout the community for a variety of projects and have various tree and shrub plantings throughout the year. All are welcome, if you want to show off your green thumb or just want to help clean up your community, feel free to contact us at 541-367-5564.

To review meeting minutes, click here

Mission: To involve local people in the enhancement and protection of the South Santiam watershed for the social and economic benefit of its landowners, managers, and users.