The North Santiam Watershed Council (NSWC) is a locally driven, non-governmental, non-regulatory community-based nonprofit that facilitates stewardship and restoration projects to improve water health, and develops partnerships to plan, fund, and implement those projects. In 2020, the North Santiam Watershed was hit by the Beachie Creek & Lionshead wildfires. The wildfires had a great impact on both our community and our environment, resulting in half of the watershed being burned. In response to this tragedy, the North Santiam Watershed Council shifted its focus to working together to implement post-fire recovery efforts and assist in the rebuilding of our communities.

Some Examples of the NSWC’s Restoration Projects Include:

  • Restoring remnant Willamette Vall

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