Discussions centered on how the state can aid regions in enhancing water management and the best ways for basins to collaborate with the state. We extend our gratitude to everyone who took the time to explore the Deschutes with us, and we eagerly anticipate our continued partnership!
We had the pleasure to sit down with Marisa Hossick, our Communications Director, to learn more about her role at the DRC. Marisa oversees all things communications including storytelling, graphics, design, photography, filmmaking, and event planning. Read the full Q&A article to get to know her!
Read the full Q&A article with James O’Brien, our Program Associate, as he shares more about his role at the DRC. Proir to joining the DRC, James earned his master’s degree in Environmental Law & Policy from Vermont Law School.
We sat down with Ali Smith, our Office Manager, to learn more about her and the impacts she makes at the DRC. Prior to joining the DRC, Ali has worked in the environmental nonprofit sector for over five years. Read the full Q&A here!
DESCHUTES WATER BANK AIMS TO RESTORE STREAMFLOWS, GET FARMERS WATER THEY NEED, SECURE WATER FOR FUTURE MUNICIPAL NEEDS
This article outlines our efforts at the Deschutes River Conservancy in Oregon to revitalize streamflow and enhance water quality in the Deschutes River basin. It highlights our collaborations with diverse stakeholders and the significant impact our conservation initiatives have on local ecosystems and communities.
DRC Executive Director Invited to Speak at Oregon State University’s Fall Seminar Series Dive into the world of water resources and get insights from experts in the field. Join OSU for a series of illuminating…
The Deschutes River Conservancy’s 2023 Impact Report showcases the significant strides made in addressing severe drought issues, focusing on enhancing streamflows and the overall health of the Deschutes Basin.
Calling for volunteers with experience handling fish to help relocate stranded fish as flows in the river drop for storage season.
BackyardBend’s New Film Series “Water is Everything” Features Kate Fitzpatrick from Deschutes River Conservancy
We all know it—water is the lifeblood of Central Oregon. It’s more than just a resource; it’s a playground, a sanctuary for incredible wildlife, and an essential element for our health and well-being. To celebrate and explore this vital element, We are delighted to share Backyard Media’s new two-part series, “Water is Everything.”