WaterWatch protects and restores natural streamflows in Oregon’s rivers. WaterWatch works to ensure that enough water is left in Oregon’s rivers to sustain the fish, wildlife and people who depend on healthy rivers.
We promote education of the healthiest lifestyle, a plant based diet for our bodies, our world and all creatures who share it. Monthly potlucks, programs, films, etc.
We are dedicated to protecting and restoring 2,100 miles of rivers and streams in Central Oregon though projects in ecological restoration and community education.
Trout Unlimited’s mission is to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds. TU accomplishes this mission on local, state and national levels with an extensive and dedicated volunteer network. TU’s national office, based just outside of Washington, D.C., and its regional offices employ professionals who testify before Congress, publish a quarterly magazine, intervene in federal legal proceedings, and work with the organization’s 152,000 volunteers in 450 chapters nationwide to keep them active and involved in conservation issues.
The Trust for Public Land conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come.
Offering interpretive exhibits, public observatory, educational programs, botanical garden, nature trail. Our program leaders provide a fun and thoughtful view of our natural environment.
SOLVE brings Oregonians together to improve our environment and build a legacy of stewardship.
Our long term priority campaigns include working with fellow conservation organizations to end commercial logging on our few remaining public forests.
Oregon Wild works to protect and restore Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife and waters as an enduring legacy for all Oregonians. Founded in 1974, Oregon Wild (formerly the Oregon Natural Resources Council or ONRC) has been instrumental in securing permanent legislative protection for some of Oregon’s most precious landscapes, including nearly 1.7 million acres of Wilderness, the forests that provide drinking water to communities like Bend and Portland, and almost 1,800 miles of Wild & Scenic Rivers.
With more than 4,000 members and supporters, Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) protects, defends, and restores Oregon’s deserts through both advocacy and restoration work.