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President’s Corner

Published March 12th, 2024

By Janice Reid

There are nearly 1000 non-profits or charitable organizations in Douglas County, Oregon. Umpqua Watersheds is the only non-profit in the county that has fought to preserve older forests. [...]

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President’s Corner-Winter 2023

Published December 10th, 2023

By Janice Reid

Wow, where did 2023 go? Time is something that we cannot get back, and we must use it wisely. We all reflect on things we are grateful [...]

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President’s Corner- Fall 2023

Published September 10th, 2023

While I am not in the Umpqua Valley, my heart aches for the many friends challenged once again by the unhealthy smoke and threatening fires from the recent [...]

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Umpqua Outback Covered Stage and Community Space

Published July 1st, 2023

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President’s Corner

Published June 15th, 2023

by Janice Reid

It is so encouraging to have supporters continue to give to Umpqua Watersheds so that the programs, events, and activities can continue. The recent Annual Banquet showed [...]

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FROM THE PRESIDENT

Published March 8th, 2023

By Janice Reid

We have a lot to be thankful for in this beautiful valley, especially to our sponsors, donors, and supporters. Big things are happening in every corner of [...]

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FROM THE PRESIDENT

Published December 8th, 2022

By Janice Reid

As we close another year, we are in awe of how fortunate we are here in our corner of the world. Umpqua Watersheds continues to celebrate, [...]

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT: STATE OF THE UMPQUA

Published September 10th, 2022

By Janice Reid

On a recent trip to Minnesota via Canada, we visited the west side of the Olympic Peninsula and Vancouver Island, British Columbia. We had heard about [...]

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Presidents Corner

Published June 13th, 2022

By Janice Reid

We have many things going on at Umpqua Watersheds. Members of our committees continue to keep abreast of issues on public lands and waterways and provide public [...]

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Published March 8th, 2022

I recall on social media that progressives were being referred to as “snowflakes.” I am not sure where the term originated. However, judging by who was using it and knowing [...]

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