Watershed Restoration

We worked with local community organizations to bring over and restore the local Watershed! More info below.

What We Do

Our Watershed Council (OWC) is a community-based nonprofit organization whose mission is “to promote ecosystem health across the Sampleton watershed through stewardship, education, and restoration carried out in partnership with landowners, agencies, and other interested parties while contributing to local economic and community well-being.”

Here is some information about some of the Applegate Partnership and Watershed Council’s restoration projects:

We removed a clot of invasive reed canary grass from a side channel in order to open this area to high-flow refuge for juvenile salmonids and habitat for beavers and Western pond turtles. Volunteers spent hundreds of hours removing blackberry canes from the surrounding riparian area.

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