Umpqua Watersheds Blog


New Study Shows Hatchery Fish are detrimental to the Native Fish Populations

Published April 11th, 2023

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We are a part of Earth Day Oregon-Partner with Us!

Published February 17th, 2023
Earth Day Oregon 2023 Umpqua Watersheds is excited to announce that we are a part of Earth Day Oregon 2023. A statewide effort to draw attention to the [...]

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Opinion: Follow Biden’s lead and protect Oregon’s old-growth on national public lands

Published February 2nd, 2023

This article was published in the Oregonian Jan 15, 2023

Old and mature forests clean our water and [...]

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News Updates from Greenwire regarding forest carbon storage

Published January 19th, 2023
Biden admin may boost carbon storage in national forests

In the latest update to proposed regulations, the Forest Service said it’s weighing a new measure to allow for underground carbon [...]

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Umpqua Watersheds highlighted in the local paper

Published January 17th, 2023

The News Review coverage of MLK River cleanup event

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Martin Luther King, Jr Day of Service

Published January 12th, 2023

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Press release for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

Published January 12th, 2023

2023 MLK Press

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Oregon, Northern California Coastal Chinook Salmon Move Closer to Endangered Species Protection

Published January 11th, 2023

For Immediate Release, January 11, 2023


Meg Townsend, Center for Biological Diversity, (971) 717-6409,
Stanley Petrowski, Umpqua Watersheds, (541) 825-3070,
Liz Perkin, [...]

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Umpqua Watersheds joins the Combined Federal Campaign

Published October 27th, 2022

Federal employees and retirees can now give through the workplace.

Combined Federal Campaign

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Education Update

Published September 10th, 2022

Exciting New Radio Show Coming Soon!

We will be partnering with Stone Soup Leadership Institute and Green Teacher to produce a podcast featuring the inspiring stories of young change-makers [...]

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