Historic and Unique – Join Us

The Pudding River Watershed Council (PRWC) exists to serve public and private sector landowners as well as the entire community. Offering help to leverage the cost of complying with clean water, endangered species, and other laws and codes for over 16 years, the PRWC is here for you. Not a government agency, our Board and Stewards and CSI Ranger Team Leaders are volunteers dedicated to the watershed. Our staff and overhead costs are minimal, which allow us to offer cost-effective grantwriting, outreach and technical assistance for the benefit of all.

To volunteer, arrange a site visit, take a tour, or schedule a meeting in your "creekshed", please contact us today.

Historically significant for Native American society and the State of Oregon with uniquely urban and rural qualities, this is the place we call home. Please join us today or make a charitable donation. Thank You!

Our Values

Our Mission Statement

"Revitalizing people-centered community economic development through watershed sustainability projects, civic leadership opportunities, and comprehensive ecosystem conservation and workforce training initiatives."

Upcoming Events

Annual Meeting, 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 19, 2014: Hubbard Fire Hall, 3161 2nd Street, Hubbard, Oregon 97032.

The following proposed amendments to our bylaws were voted into effect by our membership at the February 9, 2013, annual meeting:
 

Priority Area

Panther Rock to Willamette River Map

Sustainability Corridor

Local & Regional Partnerships

Willamette Falls Watershed and Estuary Map

Willamette Falls Watershed and Estuary

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