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  • MWC Monthly Meeting: September 11th 5pm - 7pm at McKenzie Fire and Rescue Training Center in Leaburg

  • Community Event:
    INAUGURAL SALMON CELEBRATION - September 20th 10am - 4pm at McKenzie Hatchery
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  • Check out the Summer 2014 Issue of McKenzie Meanderings

  • Adding plants to your landscape? Try native ground covers! List of Potential Native Groundcovers

  • Would you like to help support McKenzie Watershed Activies? You can now donate online!
  • The McKenzie Watershed Council was formed in 1993 to help address watershed management issues in the McKenzie River watershed, as well as provide a framework for voluntary coordination and cooperation among key interests in the development and implementation of a watershed action plan.

    The Council's vision is that through the McKenzie Watershed Councilís Conservation Strategy, the McKenzie River watershed supports exceptional water quality and habitats in balance with human livelihood and quality of life.

    It is the mission of the Council to foster better stewardship of the McKenzie River watershed resources, deal with issues in advance of resource degradation, and ensure sustainable watershed health, functions and uses. The Council will accomplish its mission through fostering voluntary partnerships, collaboration and public awareness.

    We work primarily with private landowners on a voluntary basis to conserve and restore riparian and aquatic habitat, cooperate with partners to monitor and maintain water quality, implement watershed education programs, focus outreach to residents and provide a monthly forum for addressing important issues.













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