The PRWC is strategically engaged at the Willamette Sub-Basin level and throughout the entire Pudding River Watershed, that includes South Clackamas and North Marion Counties.

Currently PRWC is working on a bio-assessment of a number of tributaries of the Pudding River. Not only will we discover what is happening underwater, we will also be watching for areas that need improvement to encourage our underwater life to thrive.

In peril due to climate change, degraded water quality, harmfully low in-stream flows, and other limiting factors in the watershed, this ecologically significant stretch of intertwined critical habitat areas are a national treasure. Our mission statement and values are focused to provide an opportunity for a sustainable natural resource-based economy from Panther Rock to the Willamette River. Our work is the glue in the community’s equation:

Regulatory Compliance + Watershed Jobs = Corridor Sustainability


Future Projects

  • Scotts Mills Falls Dam Removal
  • Abiqua Creek Salmon and Trout Instream Habitat Restoration


  • “Last Call At The Oasis” Dir. Jessica Yu. Docuramafilms, 2011. DVD