From its foundation as an organization Umpqua Watersheds has recognized the critical need for habitat restoration to bring back endangered, threatened and species of concern from the brink of extinction. Currently a majority of the burden of responsibility for restoration work falls on the shoulders of Federal and States agencies. We explore the complex issues surrounding restoration work policy. As a watchdog committee we protect restoration ecology in the context of vocal opposition to its implementation. We assist in prioritizing areas of the natural world that needs immediate attention. We collaboratively support sound science based projects that raise the level of ecological health in our watersheds.
Join Us At Our Next Restoration Committee Meeting
Our Restoration Committee meetings occur on the third Tuesday of the month, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at McMenamins in Roseburg (700 SE Sheridan Street).