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The SSWC works from several different planning documents.  These help guide where we work and what type of projects we can implement to improve fish habitat, maintain high quality drinking water, and ensure the overall health of the South Santiam watershed.  To view these documents click on the links below:

Plans and Assessments applicable to the Willamette Basin:

  • Upper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and Steelhead, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and National Marine Fisheries Service, 2011 (PDF)
  • Willamette Biological Opinion (Chapter 4), National Marine Fisheries Service, 2008 (PDF)

Plans and Assessments applicable to the South Santiam Basin:

  • South Santiam Watershed Assessment, completed by E&S Environmental Chemistry, 2000 (PDF)
  • Thomas Creek Mainstem Assessment Report, completed by Russel Langshaw, 2003 (PDF)
  • Santiam Basin Fish Passage Barrier Prioritization, taken from Master’s Thesis from Eric Andersen, 2010 (PDF)
  • BLM Hamilton Creek Watershed Analysis (PDF)
  • BLM Crabtree Creek Watershed Analysis (PDF)

South Santiam Watershed Council Action and Work Plans:

  • South Santiam Watershed Council Action Plan, 2008.  Revisions ongoing in 2014-15 and will be posted when available (PDF)
  • South Santiam Watershed Council 2013-2015 Work Plan (PDF)

South Santiam Watershed Council Annual Reports and Brochure:

  • South Santiam Watershed Council 2012 Annual Report (PDF)
  • South Santiam Watershed Council 2013 Annual Report (PDF)
  • South Santiam Watershed Council 2014 Brochure (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 

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.