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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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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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Raleigh Hills Boy Scout Troop Helps Camp Taloali

    Thank you to BSA Troop 592 , out of Raleigh Hills, Ore­gon for com­ing out to assist Camp Taloali on Sat­ur­day, Jan­u­ary 10th.  Camp Taloali is a lead­er­ship camp for the deaf, hard of hear­ing and CODA’s sib­lings. It is an amaz­ing 111 acre camp locat­ed on the banks of the North San­ti­am […]

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NSWC January 2015 Presentation

OPAL CREEK ANCIENT FOREST CENTER PRESENTATION Thurs­day, Jan­u­ary 8, 2015 (7–8 pm) Stay­ton Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter 400 West Vir­ginia Ave. Stay­ton, OR 97383                 Join us Thurs­day, Jan­u­ary 8th at 7pm to lis­ten to Katie Ryan, Exec­u­tive Direc­tor and Ser­e­na Beck­er, Pro­gram Direc­tor from the Opal Creek Ancient For­est Cen­ter (OCAFC) […]

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NSWC Update: Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program

The North San­ti­am Water­shed Coun­cil is now enrolled in the Fred Mey­er Com­mu­ni­ty Rewards Card Pro­gram  YOU CAN HELP THE NORTH SANTIAM WATERSHED COUNCIL EARN DONATIONS JUST BY SHOPPING WITH YOUR FRED MEYER REWARDS CARD! Fred Mey­er is donat­ing $2.5 mil­lion per year to non-prof­its in Alas­ka, Ida­ho, Ore­gon and Wash­ing­ton, based on where their cus­tomers tell them […]

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Within Our Reach 2014

The Calapooia-San­ti­am Part­ner­ship table pre­sen­ta­tion at this years With­in Our Reach con­fer­ence in Cor­val­lis. Excel­lent Con­fer­ence!  Thank you to Mey­er Memo­r­i­al Trust, the Ore­gon Water­shed Enhance­ment Board (OWEB) and to all the great pre­sen­ters. You can find the Decem­ber 11 & 12, 2014 event pro­gram HERE.  

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Update: 2014 Riparian Restoration Campaign

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the fol­low­ing 2015–2016 North San­ti­am Canyon Cal­en­dar Draw­ing Win­ners! Josie Bur­ri (Penn­syl­va­nia) -“Giv­ing Tues­day” Cal­en­dar Win­ner Kate Saca­mano (Port­land, OR) — Cal­en­dar Win­ner David Myers (Spokane, WA) — Cal­en­dar Win­ner   Thank you to every­one who has con­tributed to the North San­ti­am Water­shed Coun­cil’s 2014 Ripar­i­an Restora­tion Cam­paign. Spe­cial thank you to Michelle […]

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