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The Pudding River Watershed is incredibly especially extremely important to all of us.

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Our Work

Upcoming: Art Exhibit 'The Sanctity of Water'

WHEN: August 1 - September 3, 11-5pm daily
First Friday Reception, August 3, 7-9 pm

WHERE: Lunaria Gallery
113 N Water Street
Silverton, OR 97381

Lunariagallery.com
503-873-7734

Lunaria Gallery presents 'The Sanctity of Water,' paintings of Willamette Valley rivers and streams by Theresa Sharrar. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, Sharrar will also hold a fundraiser for the Pudding River Watershed Council and donate a portion of her sales to the organization. The exhibit will be on display at the First Friday artist’s reception August 3 from 7-9 pm. The exhibit will show from August 1st through September 3rd during regular business hours and at the Lunaria Gallery. Sharrar will donate 10% of her sales for the month to the nonprofit organization. Theresa Sharrar, a founding member of Lunaria, is a native Oregonian whose first home was on the banks of the Pudding River. She has had many experiences camping along the Abiqua and Butte creeks, taking part in gatherings at Silver Falls, and plain air painting with fellow artists along riverbanks and vistas. Her new body of work celebrates the beauty and vitality of the upper Willamette Valley rivers and streams.

 

Upcoming: July Meeting Rescheduled

Picnic on August 18th at 6:00 PM

Call (503) 982-5387 for Directions

Interested? Have questions? Contact Anna Ranking at cleanpuddingriver@gmail.com


Our Values

  • Education – Our goal is to provide information about the watershed characteristics, conservation opportunities and community events with in the Pudding River Watershed.
  • Inspiration – Why is a health watershed important to you as an individual or to your group? Why is conservation called the Good Work”? And, what are the benefits? Everyone is connected to a watershed. What is your connection to the Pudding?
  • Action – Get involved. Who are the leaders within the watershed and what programs, projects and opportunities for engagement are already available?
 

The Pudding River Watershed Council (PRWC) exists to serve public and private sector land owners as well as the entire community. Help has been available for complying with clean water act, endangered species, and other laws and codes for over 16 years. PRWC is not a government agency, but the board is volunteer group dedicated to the good of the watershed. We offer small grants of under $10,000 for land owners along our creeks that have environmental issues.

Historically significant for Native American society and the State of Oregon with uniquely urban and rural qualities, this is the place we call home. Please join us today as a board member or with a donation. Thank You!

 

Our Vision Statement:

“Our vision is a healthy watershed that ensures water quality, riparian and wetland habitat for fish and wildlife, and free-to-grow native plants while recognizing the importance of people’s economic livelihood and quality of life. None of us is as smart as all of us, and by working together we will build consensus and achieve more towards our mutual watershed interests.”

Board Meetings

PRWC monthly meetings are held at 6:00 pm at the Public Works building in Woodburn, Oregon on the third Thursday of each month (with exceptions). These meetings are open to the public.

UPCOMING MEETING
August 18th Picnic @ 6:00 PM
Call (503) 982-5387 for Directions

Meeting Exceptions:

December: No Meeting

For more information contact the followings:

Anna Rankin, Coordinator [anna@puddingriverwatershed.org or (503) 548-7159].

 

 

Join Our Cause

If you’re interested in helping us with this project please contact us and or attend one of our Board Meetings. Please email or call (503) 548-7159 Anna Rankin for more information. Also, feel free to contact any of our current board members.