Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council
Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council

Fish Passage Projects

Do you have a potential fish passage barrier or other natural resource issues on your property? 

 

We work  with local residents on mutually beneficial projects that improve fish and wildlife habitat, improve safety conditions for residents, increase irrigation efficiency, reduce maintenance to instream irrigation controls, reduce road maintenance, replace culverts, reduce erosion, and increase property values.

 

We have the resources to help you apply for funding assistance. Let’s get started! If you have any questions, ideas, or have a potential barrier on your property that is not used anymore or one that might need improvement, please contact us.

Current Projects

  • Evans Creek Fish Passage & Habitat Assessment   Read  More

2017 Fish Passage Improvement Projects: 

  • Butcherknife Creek Culvert Replacement
  • Forest Creek Dam Removal
  • Palmer Creek  Dam Removal
  • Tiger Dam Fish Passage Improvement

News

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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 

Lecture Series

8/14/19 6th Annual Outdoor Film & Poetry Reading

 

 

Current Articles

5/1/19 Prescribed Burning for a Safer Community 

 

General Board Mtg: 

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

Applegate Library, North Applegate Road

contact Janelle Dunlevy  

(No Nov./Dec. General Board Meetings)

 

Aquatic & Riparian Committee Mtgs:

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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