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WaterWatch of Oregon

WaterWatch of Oregon protects and restores flows in their rivers to sustain native fish, wildlife, and people who depend on healthy water.

Every Drop Counts

WaterWatch of Oregon

WaterWatch was formed in 1985 by a group of anglers who sought to restore fish habitat in the Rogue River Basin in Oregon. They discovered that more water was flowing into irrigation canals for agricultural and industrial interests than into the streams they were trying to restore. Because of this, the fish, wildlife, and local population were greatly affected. WaterWatch immediately began to seek structural and legal reform to improve water quality and water policy through citizen monitoring and action. For over 30 years, WaterWatch has developed many programs and supported balanced water legislation to ensure healthier rivers and streams in Oregon for all.

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2014

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