Our Watershed Education Program goes beyond just teaching science in the classroom. Our education coordinator, Erika Coyer, also brings innovative connections between people, topics, and experiences. This month at Oakridge High School (OHS) Erika brought native anthropology professor, David Lewis, … continue reading →
Audrey Squires is the Restoration Project Manager at Middle Fork Willamette Willamette Watershed Council. She joined the council in September 2016. Audrey holds a Masters degree in Water Resources and brings enormous passion to her work as an avid outdoor … continue reading →
Native Foods Nursery is an Oregon mail-order nursery located in Dexter, OR that focuses on carrying select native, edible plants of Western North America. Their resilient perennials have been carefully chosen for greatest edibility and landscape beauty, as well as … continue reading →
This post was written by Kathleen Guillozet of the Bonneville Environmental Foundation and Willamette Model Watershed Director. This blog was originally published on the One Tree Planted website as part of their spotlight on reforestation in Oregon.
First, a definition:… continue reading →
Michelle Emmons served as the education and outreach coordinator from 2014-2017 for the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council before moving on to start a new business model combining outdoor stewardship and adventure guiding in the Willamette Basin.A few necesary… continue reading →
Sarah Varble is a Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council Board Member, currently serving as Board Vice President. She and her husband, Kevin Davis, run a small, sustainable farm in Pleasant Hill, Oregon. Sarah also works as a new product support … continue reading →
Chandra LeGue is the Environmental Representative on the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council Board of Directors, serving as Board President for a number of years before taking a hiking and book writing sabbatical in the summer of 2017. For her … continue reading →