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The Sandy River Watershed Council is composed of people who live, work or recreate in the Sandy River Basin as well as organizations that have an interest in the area. The watershed council is a partnership: individuals and organizations work cooperatively to improve the health of the watershed for fish, wildlife and people.

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There’s a lot of wildlife in the Beaver Creek watershed! Many animals spend most of their time in forest patches, parks, natural areas, and along the creek. These...

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current projects

to date

8973

VOLUNTEERS PARTICIPATED

20262

HOURS OF VOLUNTEER TIME

20

YEARS AS A NON-PROFIT

1580000

NATIVE PLANTS PLANTED

10

YEARS SINCE MARMOT DAM WAS REMOVED