The Alsea Watershed Council: What We Do

The mission of the Alsea Watershed Council is to help manage the natural resources of the Alsea watershed. The AWC is a non-profit, volunteer organization run by local people and welcomes the participation of all who are concerned with being good stewards while considering the economic and social needs of Benton, Lincoln, and Lane Counties. The AWC provides a forum for people to work through differences and come to common ground.

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AlseaWatershedCouncil.org is here!

Welcome to our new website, www.alseawatershedcouncil.org!  We encourage you to bookmark the site for future reference.

Our site offers a large range of resources about the Watershed Council, as well as our watershedsprojects, events, and partners.

Please contact us if you have any questions!

Siuslaw N.F. Stewardship Contracting Multiparty Monitoring Report

This Multiparty Monitoring Report for Fiscal Year 2010 (FY10), documents and analyzes the biophysical accomplishments, economic impacts and stewardship monitoring that was conducted on the Siuslaw National Forest (SNF) and non-federal property with funds generated through stewardship timber sales, through a process called stewardship contracting. Stewardship contracting is a method for the United States Forest Service (USFS) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to contribute to the economic viability of rural communities while restoring and maintaining healthy forest ecosystems, by providing a continuing source of employment and local income.

You can  download the Siuslaw N.F. Stewardship Contracting Multiparty Monitoring Report in PDF format.

Please visit our Economic Resources section for more!

March 2011 Meeting Minutes Posted

Please visit our Meeting Minutes section for details!

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