Restoration projects are crafted to improve natural watershed processes such as shading streams, accumulating spawning gravels, & providing winter slack water habitat for cutthroat trout & other native fishes.


Marys River Watershed Council offers several outdoor education programs for area schools, providing hands-on, place-based lessons in watershed science & ecology.


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NEWS: NOAA Fish Passage

On May 22, 2024, Marys River Watershed Council, on behalf of the Mid-Valley River Connections collaborative, was recommended by NOAA to receive over $8.7 million in Fish Passage funding. The proposed work will restore fish passage at 18 different sites across the Mid-Willamette region, opening up access to 43 miles of high quality spawning and rearing habitat.



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