Title: RiverFeast is Postponed until 2021

Description: In light of the challenge the world is facing with Covid-19, we’re unable to gather for River Feast as we had planned on April 24th 2020. Like the rest of the world, our focus is on staying safe and doing our part to make sure this crisis ends as soon as possible.

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RiverFeast is Postponed until 2021

Title: The Deschutes River Conservancy Supports Social Justice

Description: Recent events in the United States are a reminder to us at the Deschutes River Conservancy of the deep inequities and racism in our nation. We stand with those who speak out against these and other injustices.

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The Deschutes River Conservancy Supports Social Justice

Title: 50+ Reasons Why We Love The Deschutes Basin

Description: Thank you for helping us celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day this week by sending in your reasons you love the Deschutes Basin. As promised, here they are!

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50+ Reasons Why We Love The Deschutes Basin

Title: NOTES FROM THE FIELD: PRE-PROJECT MONITORING ON MCKAY CREEK – WHAT DO THE BUGS TELL US?

Description: Collecting data along McKay Creek and what that tells us about the health of the fish habitat.

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NOTES FROM THE FIELD: PRE-PROJECT MONITORING ON MCKAY CREEK – WHAT DO THE BUGS TELL US?

Title: Avion Patrons: It's Time to Sign Up for Blue Water!

Description: Avion Water patrons can sign up for Blue Water by checking on the Blue Water mailer they receive in this month's bill. 100% of the funds go to water leasing projects facilitated by the DRC to protect water in the Deschutes River.

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Avion Patrons: It's Time to Sign Up for Blue Water!

Title: Be a part of "Homewaters", a book about the past, present and future of the Deschutes Basin

Description: The DRC will be publishing a coffee table style book celebrating the Deschutes Basin through photography and the written word.

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Be a part of "Homewaters", a book about the past, present and future of the Deschutes Basin

Title: VIDEO: The Return of Whychus Creek

Description: Whychus Creek is coming back to life after a 9 phase piping project that has modernized Three Sisters Irrigation District and restored year-round flows in the iconic creek that runs through Sisters, Oregon.

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VIDEO: The Return of Whychus Creek

Title: Improving flows in McKay Creek

Description: The DRC is partnering with McKay Creek farmers and Ochoco Irrigation District to restore natural flows to McKay Creek.

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Improving flows in McKay Creek

Title: Call for volunteers

Description: 10-12 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE DESCHUTES DASH ON JULY 14TH, 2019

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Call for volunteers

Title: Latest Upper Deschutes Basin Study Information

Description: Click to read documents related to the Basin Study. The PowerPoint presentation and the related posted remain available. The Basin Study Work Group hosted public houses to learn more about the available strategies to restore rivers and meet community needs into the future. If you missed them you can see them here.

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Latest Upper Deschutes Basin Study Information