The Luckiamute Watershed Council (LWC) is a volunteer group of neighbors from diverse perspectives working together to learn about the watershed and doing what they can to improve local water quality and habitat conditions.
Our mission is "to engage and assist landowners and communities in the voluntary protection, restoration and enhancement of the Luckiamute and Ash Creek watersheds." We seek to foster good stewardship of natural resources and to develop an improved understanding of the area’s biological diversity.
Read more about us here.
Use the slider below to explore the change in vegetation along the Luckiamute River at Luckiamute State Natural Area! Click here for more details.
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Date: Thursday, July 8, 2021
Time: 5:00 - 6:00 pm**
Place: Meeting will be conducted remotely
**Please note that we will NOT be meeting in June, and that our July meeting time has shifted to an earlier and shorter time due to a scheduled Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) training. The LWC Board meeting will be open to the public as always, however the EDI training will be open only to LWC Board members.**
Got native plants? Or getting them soon? Check out our new Native Plant Resources Page! It has all the info you need to prepare your planting site, choose which natives will grow and look great, and give your plants the best start to a long, healthy life!
Discover our NEW Data Visualization website!
Do you have a special skill that you would like to contribute? Would you like to earn college credits while putting your talents to work in your community? Or are you just itching to get outdoors and help restore streambank habitat? Joining our awesome team of LWC Volunteers might be the perfect answer for you!