The mission of the Bear Creek Watershed Council is to foster collaborative efforts that maintain, protect, and restore the Bear Creek watershed - an integral part of the Rogue River Basin.
The Bear Creek Watershed Council seeks to restore cool, clean, fishable, and swimmable streams throughout the watershed. We envision all people who live in the watershed working together to protect the health of the watershed while fostering a strong economy and community.
Ashland Drought Summit:
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
SOU, Stevenson Union, Rogue River Room
Informative Displays: 6:30-7:00pm
Panel Discussion with Q&A: 7:00pm
*Learn the answers to the following questions and more from the experts who will be attending including City Water Conservation Specialist, County Watermaster, Talent Irrigation District, Soil and Water Conservation District, Rogue Valley Council of Governments, DEQ and other leaders in the field.
• How serious is the DROUGHT situation?
• What is the city of Ashland doing in response?
• What does curtailment mean and what triggers it?
• What are the costs of exceeding allotment during curtailment?
• What can I as an individual citizen do to help?
• How can the city help us all deal with the drought?
For additional information visit
or contact the drought hotline:(541) 552-2431
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Larson Creek Fish Passage Project is in progress!
|TO REPORT A SPILL OF ANY KIND|
|CALL Oregon Emergency Response System (OERS) at 800-452-0311|
Learn more about the proposed merger between BCWC and three other Rogue basin watershed councils:http://www.upperroguewatershed.org/rogue-river-watershed-consolidation-information.html
|Bear Creek Watershed Council General Meetings are open to the public and are the second Monday of each month (except for November when we have our Annual Meeting). Meetings are held at the Medford City Hall, Lausmann Annex, Conference Room 151- 8:30a.m.|