Before and after at dam site Fish salvage operations Winchester Dam on the North Umpqua River OWRD Drought map

WaterWatch of Oregon

Org #4449
Vetted since 2010
1985
year founded
$58,023
raised on GlobalGiving
11
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Since 1985, WaterWatch has pursued a single clear mission: To protect and restore flows in Oregon rivers to sustain the native fish, wildlife, and the people who depend on healthy rivers.

Project Leaders
John DeVoe
John DeVoe
Neil Brandt
Neil Brandt
Team
John DeVoe, Kimberley Priestley, Lisa Brown, Jim McCarthy, Brian Posewitz, Nancy Drinnon, Robyn Gottlieb
Organization Information
213 SW Ash Street, Suite 208
Portland, Oregon 97204
United States
503-295-4039
Organization Information
213 SW Ash Street, Suite 208
Portland, Oregon 97204
United States
503-295-4039

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

May 31, 2022
State groundwater management funding secured!
In addition to the critical reforms WaterWatch advocates to ensure Oregon manages groundwater sustainably, funding and agency capacity are also essential. As a result of past underinvestment in...
Feb 2, 2022
Goodbye Dams, Hello Salmon and Steelhead!
In late October 2021, work crews finished demolition on three obsolete concrete dams as part of a WaterWatch-led collaborative project to restore access to habitat for native salmon and steelhead in...
Oct 4, 2021
Campaign Drives Action On Outlaw Dam
On the North Umpqua River, WaterWatch of Oregon is leading a coalition of over 20 local and statewide fishing, conservation, and whitewater groups working to end the harm caused by Winchester Dam, the...
 
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