• Rogue River, Lower Table Rock, and Mount McLoughlin.

Number of Pledges – 78

Pledges in Jackson and Josephine County

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Reduction in Pollution

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What’s New/Recent Updates

What We Do

Manage Urban Runoff

Local communities are managing runoff from impervious (hard) surfaces including parking lots, roads, driveways and rooftops to improve local water quality conditions and reducing flooding.

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Restore Local Waterways

Restoring native plants along local streams and the Rogue River and removing invasive species are vital for protecting waterways and keeping streams cool for fish and other aquatic species.

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Education and Outreach

Education program including Salmon Watch teach area students about the importance of clean water and healthy watersheds.

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What’s Happening Now

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Visit our Pledge Page to find out how you can help at home.

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Help us pick up trash along streams and rivers and in park. Plant a tree. Help us water our restoration projects.

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Visit our resources page or participate in one of our events or programs.

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Upcoming Events:

14th & 16th
Salmon Watch Instructor TrainingInterested in participating as a Salmon Watch instructor? Join us for training to learn more about the program and its successes!
8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Bear Creek Park
Stream Smart Meeting
9:00 a.m.Zoom
Bear Creek Stewardship Day Clean-Up Celebrating National Public Lands Day!Join us for Bear Creek Stewardship Day by volunteering to help pick up trash along the Bear Creek Corridor, manage invasive species (remove blackberries), and learn about Bear Creek. To sign up or for more information, visit: bearcreekstewards.org.
9:00 a.m.See Website

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Take a pledge! Find us at an event. Volunteer.