Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council

About Us

The Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council is a community-based non-profit organization whose mission is “to promote ecosystem health across the Applegate 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.” 

 

Our Staff is made up two part-time contracted professionals.  

 

Our Board of Directors is made up of 9 highly dedicated Applegate Valley residents and a professional that works in the Applegate Valley.  Our Board volunteers hundreds of hours every year.

 

We are currently seeking additional board members.  If you would like to support us by helping with our work, then do not hesitate to contact us.  A helping hand is always greatly appreciated!

 

Board of Directors

Past BODs/Staff/Volunteers

Become a Member

Chronicle

 

Applegate Watershed Map
Map showing streams, 4th & 5th field HUCs, fish distribution, barrier distribution and riparian restoration project sites.
Applegate_WS Maps_HUCINFO_POSTER_SMLR.pd[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [2.3 MB]
2013 APWC Annual Report
Articles provided in report: 1) Beating Back Conflict, describing the APWC's long history of collaboration; 2) the Thompson Creek Habitat Restoration Project.
APWC Annual Report_2013_8.5x11.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.4 MB]
2014 APWC General Info Presentation
This presentation will give you some background information on watershed councils and the Applegate Partnership & WC in general and will provide some more information on our current projects. It is 23 pages.
2014.6.24 APWC General Presentation.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [6.9 MB]

Applegate Library Link to Information and Map

Board Members

APWC 2014-2015 Executive Board Members

Jack Shipley, Board Chair

Geoff Becker, Secretary

Barbara Summerhawk, Treasurer

 

APWC Board Members

Jack Shipley (1992)

Geoff Becker (2005)

Barbara Hughey (2008)

Mel Wann (2008)

Aaron Krikava (2009)

Greg Stratton (2012)

Barbara Summerhawk (2012)

Don Bellville (2013)

Kirsten Shockey (2013)

Alan Journet (2013)

 

BOARD MEMBER BIOS

PAST BOARD MEMBERS & STAFF

 

Staff

Janelle Dunlevy

Coordinator

E-mail: coordinator@apwc.info

Phone: 541 899-9982

 

Janelle, based in Medford Oregon, has brought together several years of experience as an Oregon State Police, Fish & Wildlife Division Oregon Plan Trooper, working directly with Oregon’s natural resource agencies and the Rogue Basin watershed councils as head of the Rogue Basin Coordinating Council, fish passage project manager and recently as a consultant on wetland delineations. She is constantly working to expand her experience and education to fuel her drive to ensure proper coordination in the use of Oregon’s rivers, streams and natural resources.  She has a B.S. in Wildlife Science and a B.S. in Fisheries Science from Oregon State University.  She has been the APWC Coordinator since February 2011.



Jakob Shockey

Riparian Program Manager

E-mail: riparianprogram@apwc.info (best contact option)

Phone: 541 761-3312

 

Jakob, is a local resident of the Applegate Watershed.  He understands the powerful tie between the engagement of the local community and successful natural resource efforts, having been raised in the Thompson Creek Drainage.  He will bring a vast array of skills and apptitue for learning to the APWC as the new Thompson Creek Restoration Project Manager.  His education (B.S. in Wildlife Biology), a youthful perspective, collaborative skills and his diligent work ethic will help him grow and expand the Riparian Program and other programs in the Applegate Watershed.  We look forward to working with Jakob for many years.

 

He was hired as the Riparian Program Manager for the APWC in April 2013.



Chas Rogers

Instream Habitat Project Manager

E-mail: chas@apwc.info

 

Chas has worked with stream restoration projects for over 10 years and has developed habitat for salmon on several streams in the Applegate Valley.  As a geologist and project manager for Williams Creek Watershed Council, he has completed several important studies and surveys that have led to completion of complex stream improvement projects in the Williams Creek sub-watershed.  He has worked with the APWC in the past and is presently heading up the instream portion of the Thompson Creek Restoration Project.  He is also the Coordinator for the Williams Creek Watershed Council.

News

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

General Board Mtg:

4th Thursday of each month, 6:30-8:30p

Applegate Library, North Applegate Road

contact Janelle Dunlevy for more information

 

Aquatic & Riparian Committee Mtgs:

2nd Wednesday of each month, 3-5p

Applegate Library, North Applegate Road

contact Janelle Dunlevy for more information

 

Outreach & Educaiton Committee Mtg:

Aug. 19th, 5:30p @ Piece of Pizza, Applegate Contact Janelle Dunlevy for more information

 

Volunteer Opportunities:

We will have volunteer planting and workshops coming this fall & late winter.  Please check back for more information.

 

Thompson Creek Habitat Restoration Project

We began implementation on our riparian restoration and large wood habitat projects on Thompson Creek this in summer 2013.  Please contact Jakob or Chas for more information or if you are interested in participating in future phases of this project.

 

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