Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council
Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council

Evans Creek Fish Passage & Habitat Assessment Project

Identifying current conditions for salmon and other aquatic species

With permission from landowners, the APWC is surveying properties for fish passage barriers and assessing fish habitat in high priority salmonid streams in the Seven Basins Watershed of the upper Rogue River in Gold Hill and Rogue River. Streams to be evaluated include: Evans  Birdseye, Foots, Galls, Kane, Sardine, and Ward creeks and their tributaries. If you are interested in participating please contact us.


We are a resource for landowners and irrigators.  We provide free consulation on riparian restoration, stream bank erosion, irrigation, culvert replacement, and other issues.  If you do not have any potential fish passage issues, we would still like to survey your property in order to get a better picture of the entire ecosystem.  Thank you!







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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