The Wilderness Committee is in the early stages of developing a new radio show for KQUA, Umpqua Watersheds’ radio station, and we need your help.
Besides news about wilderness and [...]
By Janice Reid
DIFFICULTIES IN ACCESSING OUR PUBLIC LANDS ARE ON the rise. Public land management agencies invite the public to comment on their management actions, but in many [...]
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, [...]
By Kasey Hovik
Looking back on 2022 we are very happy to be able to meet again in person. The 11th Umpqua Brew Fest was a great success. It [...]
Federal employees and retirees can now give through the workplace.
With the trails reopening Diana and Connie went on post fire hike to Fall Creek Falls and Susan Creek Falls. Fall Creek Trail bridge is replaced. The view is of [...]
By Kasey Hovik
Fall is always an exciting time for Umpqua Watersheds and me personally because it starts another term for our AmeriCorps program. We are very proud of all [...]
While we continue to face challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are progressing to a new normal in which we are all doing [...]
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 [...]
We will be partnering with Stone Soup Leadership Institute and Green Teacher to produce a podcast featuring the inspiring stories of young change-makers [...]