Job Announcement!

The Pudding River Watershed Council is seeking an Executive Director.

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First Round Selections April 15th, 2022




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Salvage Plants – Free Trees and Shrubs

December 4, 2021

Silverton Farmers Market
229 Eureka Ave, Silverton 10 AM—12:30

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Scotts Mills Dam Removal

Scotts Mills County Park was the second park developed and dedicated by the Marion County Parks & Recreation Commission in July 1961. 

The Pudding River Watershed Council has proposed removing the dam. The commissioners are seeking feedback from the community about the proposed dam removal.  

Our vision is a healthy watershed that ensures water quality, riparian and wetland habitat for fish and wildlife, and free-to-grow native plants while recognizing the importance of people’s economic livelihood and quality of life. None of us is as smart as all of us, and by working together we will build consensus and achieve more towards our mutual watershed interests.”


Get Involved!

Interested? Please contact us and/or attend one of our Board Meetings.

Anna Rankin
(503) 982-5387