WHO WE ARE
The council is a group of diverse people who are committed to public collaboration for natural resource conservation efforts. The council’s main roles are to provide a place for public participation, and to serve as a medium for communication between the civil, governmental and private sectors. The council aims to help citizens be informed about the watershed’s current conditions and plans for its use and management.
Get involved in the Pudding River Watershed Council to make your opinions about our watershed enhancement be heard
Take some time to read about where we work and play— Oregon’s Pudding River Watershed.
“The PRWC mission is to provide voluntary collaborative opportunities for local private citizens and interested stakeholder groups to cooperate in protecting, restoring, improving and sustaining the health of the watershed. The council encourages community engagement in planning and implementing restoration activities.”
Research and Monitoring
Increasing the knowledge base of the watershed values and functions
Advocating for policies, practices, programs in land use, transportation and planning
Restoration and Enhancement
Managing revegetation, habitat enhancement, flood conveyance, and fish passage
Facilitating volunteer activities to increase public outreach, education, and training
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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