Umpqua Watersheds is fortunate to have the following sponsors and supporters in helping fund our programs to help us meet our mission in protecting the Umpqua basin and beyond.
Brandborg Vineyard and Winery 541.584.2870 brandborgwine.com
Sullivan Distributing /Dean Sullivan 541-680-6677 www.zirconazul.com
Oregon Serigraphics 541.672.6296 www.orserigraphics.com
River’s Edge Winery 541.584.2357 riversedgewinery.com
River Sounds Music 541.679.7077
Imaging Alternatives 541-948-3829 www.imaging-alternatives.com
Sutherlin Veterinary Hospital 541.459.9577 sutherlinvethospital.com
Kevin Barrett Drywall 541.672.3153
Wild Rose Vineyard 541.679.1433 wildrosevinyard.com
Viriditas Wild Gardens 541.825.3402
Newcastle Solar 541.396.2100 newcastlesolar.net
The Harvest Store 541.679.4524 www.harveststore.biz
Medicine Flower 541.492.1607 medicineflower.com
RYS Environmental LLC 541-391-1262 514
North Umpqua Retreat 541-496-4580 northumpquaretreat.com
Mark Hamm, D. M.D. 1313 W. Harvard, (541) 673-3355
Bean Electric, LLC, 541-672-6550. www.beanelectric.com
Riverside Mona Marie Airbnb Umpqua River- Glide, OR airbnb.com
Marilyn Mull LCSW 541-378-4590 marilynmull-therapistcoach.com
Second Chance Gardens firstname.lastname@example.org
Foundations / Grants
Clif Bar Family Foundation Grant to support a learning opportunity we’re coordinating for local educators!
The Burning Foundation Grant Award for our Conservation Director support!
Gray Family Foundation: Science Wednesday Environmental Education Materials
In 2016, Umpqua Watersheds received a grant from the Gray Family Foundation to provide funding for every 5th grader to attend a field trip to Crater Lake National Park. Throughout, the fall and spring we are leading these trips along with parent chaperones, many of which are experiencing a national park for the first time! The enthusiasm is fantastic and we love to see & hear the youths reactions as they first see the lake!
In April 2015, Bessie Minor Swift Foundation provided funding for UW to include a Climate-Change science component into the Science Friday program, which will provide the additional elements of original data collection, analyzation, and 21st-century technology incorporation into the curriculum.
In April 2015, UW’s Education committee received a $1,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to purchase field supplies for the UW/USFS Oregon Youth Conservation Corps (OYCC) crew.
In February 2015, UW’s Wild on Wilderness (WOW) committee received a $4,000 grant from Patagonia to help sustain its efforts in the Crater Lake Wilderness Proposal campaign.
Evergreen Hill Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
In April 2015, UW received $1,000 from Evergreen Hill Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation to support its general programming and development.
In 2014, UW’s Education committee received a $5,500 grant from Gray Family Foundation to send 90 5th graders from McGovern Elementary on a “Watershed Tour”, consisting of three day-long field trips to Crater Lake National Park, Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority, and the South Slough National Estuarine Reserve.
In 2014, UW received $2,000 from Norcross Wildlife Foundation to purchase computers, a printer, and a video camera. Their funds have aided in the development of this new website and the 20 Years video.
In 2015, UW’s Education committee received a grant from Bessie Minor Swift Foundation to purchase literature materials to support a pilot Wilderness Literature program at Phoenix Charter School.
In 2013, UW’s Education committee received a grant from Charlotte Martin Foundation to purchase supplies for UW’s pilot “Science Friday” program at McGovern Elementary.