Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council
Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council

News & Events

March 14, 2017 APWC Lecture
Growing Cannabis Lecture Flier
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APRIL 2017

  • 4/12, Weds. Aquatic & Riparian Committee Meeting, 3-5p
  • 4/27, Thurs. APWC Board Meeting, 6:30p


MARCH 2017

  • 3/8, Weds. Aquatic & Riparian Committee Meeting, 3-5p
  • 3/14, Tues. APWC Lecture Series, Growing Cannabis, 7p @ Applegate Fire District Conference Hall on Upper Applegate Rd.
  • 3/23, Thurs. APWC Board Meeting, 6:30p



  • 2/8, Weds. Aquatic & Riparian Committee Meeting, 3-5p
  • 2/23, Thurs. APWC Board Meeting, 6:30p



  • 1/11, Weds. Aquatic & Riparian Committee Meeting, 3-5p
  • 1/26, Thurs. APWC Board Meeting, 5:30p



Press Release

Thompson Creek Habitat Restoration Project

Public Tour

Thursday, June 26th, leaving the Applegate Library @ 6:45pm


Applegate, June 19, 2014: The Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council (APWC) has scheduled a public tour of their habitat restoration project on Thompson Creek in the Middle Applegate Watershed. The tour will showcase riparian and in-stream habitat restoration efforts on almost two contiguous stream miles near Thompson Creek Road’s five mile marker.

The project has removed invasive blackberries, replanting with native vegetation, and placed in-stream large wood structures to help enhance habitat for returning salmonids including Coho. The APWC is working with over 10 landowners and local fisheries technical experts on this phase of our Thompson Creek project. The restoration efforts will provide increased shade through the riparian plantings, decreased water temperatures, increased in-stream habitat including spawning gravel, escapement/cover, improved water quality, and increased in-stream water.

The Thompson Creek valley provides important agricultural and natural resource habitat. The APWC is working with the landowners to provide improvements that benefit both our local agriculture and the natural resources. We hope you will join us on our Public Tour on Thursday, June 26th. We will leave the Applegate Library (18485 N. Applegate Rd, Applegate) at 6:45pm and begin our tour at the county bridge near the five mile marker.


Predictive Services Summer 2014 Outlook, June 2nd

Link to pdf


Rogue Basin Action Plan for Resilient Forests and Watersheds in a Changing Climate

The Rogue Basin Action Plan for Resilient Forests and Watersheds in a Changing Climate is up! It can be seen at:

Thompson Creek Habitat Restoration Project

The Thompson Creek Habitat Restoration Project is underway.  We have over 10 landowners and almost 2 consectutive miles of creek that will undergo riparian restoration and in-stream habitat improvement projects.  If you would like to participate, donate or just receive more information on how you can be involved, please call 541 899-9982!


Global Releaf is one of our grant funders for the Thompson Creek Project.  Please view the project page by clicking here:  Global Releaf & Thompson Creek


The Network of Oregon Watershed Council has prepared the 2013 Atlas of Accomplishments.  Please view the Thompson Creek article on page 8.  Please view the Atlas of Accomplishments by clicking here:  2013 NOWC Watershed Council Atlas of Accomplishments

NRCS EQIP Program ~ Thompson Cr. Drainage

NRCS EQIP Thomspon Cr Area Printable Flyer
Article_2013_Sept 4_22_12_Forest For EQI[...]
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Jackson County Commissioners Presentation

Every spring the 5 Jackson County Watershed Councils, Upper Rogue, Little Butte Creek, Bear Creek, Seven Basin and the Applegate, make a presentation to the Jackson County Commissioners.  The attached presentation was given on 5/21/13.  We provided the commissioners with a printed copy of all slides, but only presented slides 1-10. 

5/21/13 Presentation to Jackson Co. Commissioners
Presentation provided by the 5 Jackson County Watershed Council Coordinators.
2013.5.21 Commissioners Handouts_smlr.pd[...]
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Lecture Series

We want your ideas!  What would you like to see?


General Board Mtg: 

Meeting will be held via Zoom until further notice.  Please contact Janelle Dunlevy if you would like to participate.

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

Zoom Virtual Mtg 

contact Janelle Dunlevy  

(No Nov./Dec. General Board Meetings)


Aquatic & Riparian Committee Mtgs:

Please check before attending April Mtg, we may Cancel or hold this meeting as a web-conference.

2nd Wednesday of each month, 3-5p

Ruch Library or APWC Office, contact Janelle Dunlevy for more information


Outreach & Educaiton Committee Mtg:

On hold until further notice.


The first and foremost goal of our non-profit organization is to work collaboratively to improve the well-being of the Applegate watershed from ridge top to ridge top. Have you ever thought about how much your skills and time could contribute to your community just by volunteering? Become a member.

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