Deschutes River Conservancy makes the cover of the October 16, 2006 High Country News. The featured story is entitled “A River Once More.”
Collected and curated media Articles about the water and rivers in the western united states
Oregon Business Magazine has selected Tod Heisler, the Executive Director of the Deschutes River Conservancy, as one of Oregon’s 50 Great Leaders for 2007.
The DRC winter newsletter, RiverVoice, gives some of the top highlights of 2006.
North Rim Home Owners Association announces a $300,000 donation to the Swalley Main Canal Piping Project.
Thursday, March 29th @ McMenamins Old St. Francis School Theatre 6:00 – 8:30 pm (doors open at 5:30), $10 at the door
Riverfest is the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council's annual week-long celebration of the Deschutes River. This years Riverfest occurs between May 4 and May 14.
In a couple of weeks, about 175,000 steelhead fry are going to be released into Whychus Creek. For the steelhead reintroduction efforts to be successful, these fragile, two inch fry are going to need a very healthy ecosystem to survive and thrive.
A press conference to highlight the Reintroduction of steelhead into Whychus Creek will be held on Saturday, May 12th at 1:00 pm at the Camp Polk Meadow Preserve outside of Sisters.
The DRC has been selected for the Oregon Water Resource's Department Annual Conservation Award.
Announcing the Blue Water Program! Avion Water Company has partnered with the DRC to give back to the Deschutes River.
The DRC worked in partnership with many organizations to make this momentous occasion possible.
Tod Heisler, DRC Executive Director, traveled to Salem to receive the State of Oregon Water Resources Department's Conservation award in May of 2007.
Operation Steelhead Story Featured in Health Digest
The DRC recently received two distinguished Conservation Awards - one from the Department of Interior and the other from the State of Oregon Water Resources Department.