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Second Annual Detroit Lake Shoreline & Riverside Cleanup Event Photos

  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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Survey: Lower Breitenbush Hot Springs

CLICKSURVEY PAGE

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North Santiam Watershed Council Biennial Report (2013 through 2015)

Click link to down­load PDF: NSWC 2013–2015 Bien­nial Report Final

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STOUT CREEK SNORKEL AND FISH TRAP SURVEY RESULTS

    Click HERE for print­able flier.

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Pacific NW Agroforestry Practices Workshop *July 8, 2015

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Open House at Jawbone Flats * Saturday, June 27, 2015

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STOP INVASIVE SPECIES!

          

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Important Notice: Breitenbush Hot Springs Visioning Session Canceled

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 […]

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A Real Partnership to Protect an Oregon Gem, the North Santiam River

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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Working Together to Improve Our Local Streams

    By Blay­lock & McCoun Accord­ing to the Ore­gon Depart­ment of Envi­ron­men­tal Qual­ity, some of our local streams and rivers are impaired due to high tem­per­a­ture and/or ero­sion. High water tem­per­a­tures can con­tribute to increased bac­te­ria lev­els, algal blooms, and poor aquatic habi­tat. Trees and shrubs planted along the water­ways pro­vide shade, as well […]

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