Crooked River, Oregon
Learn what's happening around our watershed
Your Watershed:Community Conversations is a bi-monthly community forum around the topics in our watershed that matter the most to you. These theme-driven events will include featured guests and other local organizations and business working around the evening's theme, providing a space for honest and productive conversations on how we can best improve quality of life for all of the people and wildlife who depend on this watershed.
YOU set the agenda with your questions and conversation.
PAST CONVERSATIONS -----------------
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November : FIRE - Thursday, November 17, 2022
Join us for this family friendly Community Conversation event. Learn from different organizations and leaders around our Central Oregon community on:
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July : WATER - July 21, 2022
Our region is hardest hit in Oregon by drought, what can we do to adapt systems and our own water usage? In this July CC forum, you'll learn what's happening with water within the watershed and what our local organizations and neighbors doing about it. Learn More
September : RECREATION - September 15, 2022
Crook County is growing with interest in outdoors recreation around the Watershed. How are City, County, State and Federals land being managed and developed to provide access to citizens in a balanced, and thoughtful way?
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Thank you to Rugged Stone Studio, Prineville for capturing our Featured
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What's a watershed ?
Watersheds are defined by natural, landscape boundaries and a community of living things. What our common watershed neighbors do affects everyone in the community. Watersheds are a whole connected unit, with the upland conditions affecting the quality of water, air, habitat and more. What happens upstream will influence everyone who lives downstream.