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Summer Internship Program

We're partnering again with the USFS Aquatics Team to offer 3 internships to eligible, local high school juniors and seniors.  This is a college preparatory training opportunity, modeled after the American Fisheries Society Hutton Scholar Program, but designed specifically to target rural students in the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed. Applications are due May 15th.

Downloads:
2017 Student Application form
Proposal for Willamette Junior Fish Biologist Internship

 

2016 Annual Report/em>

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The MFWWC 2016 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report_MFWWC.pdf

Newsletter

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the latest version of

News & Notes

MFWWC September 2015 Newsletter

News & Notes Archives

Strategic Planning

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MFWWC Headwaters to Confluence 10-Year Action Plan: Version 1

MFWW_10Yr_Headwaters to Confluence ActionPlan.pdf

Subwatershed Matrices available for viewing under Planning and Monitoring

Calendar

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welcome to the middle fork willamette watershed council

Our mission: To work together as a community to restore and sustain the ecological integrity and economic viability of the watershed.

 

Featured Project

Lost Creek Confluence Project

One of the highest priority areas for restoration in the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed lies at the confluence of Lost Creek and the Middle Fork Willamette River in Elijah Bristow State Park. This 30-acre deforested area is part of a historical floodplain forest. In December of 2007, the MFWWC began the final phase of a multi-phased project to restore the area. The project involved extensive weed removal, planting of 4,500 native trees, the installation of an innovative solar-powered irrigation system, and western pond turtle and red-legged frog monitoring.