On our page, you can find information about the organization, events, activities, and stories that affect our watershed in 100 Valleys of the Umpqua in Oregon.

Umpqua Watersheds envisions a land of lush mountains and river valleys that sustain an abundance of clean water, diverse wildlife, and native fish runs. These landscapes will enrich a community that values fulfilling jobs, diverse viewpoints, and the solitude of wild places.

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Our upcoming events are being impacted by the Jack Fire east of Roseburg, so we are changing venues for River Appreciation Day and Twin Lakes Wilderness Campout. More information will be forthcoming. Check our events page or Facebook for updates.


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Article recopied from National Geographic Despite massive effort, spotted owl populations at an all-time low

A threatened owl could disappear from much of its range unless old-growth forests are protected and invasive barred owls are controlled.

BYKYLA MANDEL PUBLISHED JUNE 24, 2021 • 9 MIN READ

The northern spotted owl has long been [...]

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