The Willamette River was recently graded a B– overall by the Willamette River Initiative’s first report card, with the middle and upper sections of the river scoring a grade of B. This is a result of many efforts up and down the river, but we are proud of our efforts at the North Santiam Watershed Council (NSWC) as […]
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SPECIAL THANK YOU TO: All the Volunteers who came out to help us cleanup the Detroit Lake Shoreline and the Breitenbush Riverside! Boy Scout Troop 50 — Stayton, Oregon Kevin Cameron, Marion County Commissioner and his wife Judith Cameron City of Salem staff volunteer — Chris Kowitz North Santiam Watershed Council Marion County Representative — […]
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IMPORTANT NOTICE! The Lower Breitenbush Hot Springs June 4th Visioning Session has been Canceled! Rescheduled for Fall of 2015 Due to scheduling conflicts and a very busy upcoming summer season the interactive Lower Breitenbush Hot Spring Visioning Session scheduled for Thursday, June 4th has been canceled. The visioning session has been rescheduled to take place this coming fall. For questions […]
Article written By Dan Heister, Emergency Response On-Scene Coordinator — EPA Region 10 The North Santiam River in Oregon’s Willamette Valley is not only beautiful to behold, but is a vital drinking water source to six Oregon cities, including Salem, the state capital. The water runs cold and clear and is home to healthy spring […]
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- Council Receives Salem’s River 2 Ridges Ripple Effect Award September 17, 2017
- Grant Awarded for Bear Branch Project June 5, 2017
- 2016–2017 North Santiam Stream Restoration Campaign January 25, 2017
- 2015–2016 NSWC Annual Report January 12, 2017
- Willamette Valley Ground Water Study –Free Testing January 5, 2017