Category: Council News

NOAA Funding Announcement – May 22nd, 2024

Press Release: NOAA Fish Passage 2024 Recommendations for Funding! NOAA announces the recommendation of $8.7 million in funding to restore fish passage in the Mid-Willamette   The Calapooia, Luckiamute, Marys River, North Santiam, and South Santiam Watershed Councils are recommended to receive over $8.7 million in funding from the Department of Commerce and NOAA to…
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Interested in Joining Our Board?

  CURRENT OPENING: At-Large Positions for Board of Directors, North Santiam Watershed Council The North Santiam Watershed Council (NSWC) Board of Directors is currently seeking potential future volunteer Board members. NSWC Mission Providing opportunities for stakeholders to cooperate in promoting and sustaining the health of the North Santiam watershed and its communities. The North Santiam Watershed Council…
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2018-2019 990

2018-2019 990 Non-profit Tax Return

ECONorthwest Report: Economic Importance of Water in the North Santiam

Click link below for full report. Economic Importance of Water in NSW_FINAL_2019 The report was sponsored by Oregon Business Council, Meyer Memorial Trust, Ford Family Foundation, Marion Soil & Water Conservation District, Marion County, City of Salem and the North Santiam Watershed Council.  

Council Receives Salem’s River 2 Ridges Ripple Effect Award

On September 16, 2017 the City of Salem and Travel Salem awarded the North Santiam Watershed Council the first annual Salem’s River 2 Ridge Ripple Effect Award which celebrates organizations that conduct environment and community work that enhances the future of Salem, Marion and Polk counties natural assets. Award criteria: •Display leadership in environmental protection/awareness/clean-…
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Grant Awarded for Bear Branch Project

The North Santiam Watershed Council Awarded $320,103 for the Bear Branch, Prairie, Oak and Stream Restoration project The project located on Bear Branch, a Lower North Santiam River Tributary in Linn County, will restore remnant Willamette Valley wet prairie and oak habitats, instream aquatic habitat complexity and streamside native vegetation   (Salem) – The Oregon…
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2016-2017 North Santiam Stream Restoration Campaign

MAKE A DIFFERENCE  Click here to make a contribution! Help us help streamside landowners restore the ecological processes along the riparian areas of the North Santiam River and its tributaries. WHY RIPARIAN RESTORATION?           Riparian areas help improve water quality by filtering pollutants, such as fertilizers and pesticides from the soil. Riparian areas help…
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