About the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council
We are a local, non-regulatory, non-governmental community-based nonprofit organization focused on improving and stewarding the rivers and landscapes of the Willamette River headwaters through habitat restoration, youth education, and community engagement.
The MFWWC Board of Directors represents the diverse interests and perspectives found throughout our geography – local landowners, land managers, businesses, recreation enthusiasts, timber and environmental advocates. Together, these talented individuals direct the strategic vision of our programs for the benefit of our local communities.
Our small yet passionate staff relies on a robust network of partners, community members and volunteers to design, implement and evaluate our programs.
We work with communities for a healthy Middle Fork Willamette watershed through environmental education and habitat restoration.
Our mission is accomplished through three complementary programs:
- Habitat Restoration
- Youth Education
- Community Engagement