Coos Curry Small Woodlands Association
Providing Resources and Information for Coos and Curry Country Small Woodland Owners
Watershed councils are locally organized, voluntary, non-regulatory groups established to improve the conditions of watersheds in their local area. Councils are required to represent the interests in the basin and be balanced in their makeup. The official definition of a watershed council is described in Oregon Revised Statute 541.388.
Bringing together local stakeholders from private, local, state, and federal interests in a partnership, councils plan watershed protection and restoration strategies in a holistic way--from ridge top to ridge top, and from headwaters to mouth. Through this watershed partnership, council members collaborate to identify issues, promote cooperative solutions, focus resources, agree on goals for watershed protection and enhancement, and foster communication among all watershed interests.
There are several Watershed Councils within Coos and Curry Counties.
For more information, see also the Network of Oregon Watershed Councils.
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