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We have our spring speakers lined up! Come join us as we learn about our watersheds and watershed issues. Then we will spend some time connecting on how we can work together to be good stewards of our natural resources, the lifeblood of our communities. Here is what we have lined up for you:

George Wuerthner an ecologist, writer and photographer from Bend, Oregon will speak to us about wildfire and climate change. His presentation will focus on what drives wildfires especially in a changing climate and what one can do to reduce the vulnerability of homes and communities. Come check it out on June 21st, 6:00 p.m at the Baker County Library, Baker City.

We are lining up speakers for our fall series, so stay tuned.


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Angling Assistance by Chris Collins Baker City Herald

July 17, 2019


Casting a line in the Powder River closer to home and reeling in fish for dinner could become a reality if the Powder Basin Watershed Council has its way.

If the dream comes true, Baker City residents might just find themselves walking down to the riverside rather than driving to more distant fishing holes to bring home enough trout for a fish fry... 

Click here to read about the collaborative effort that PBWC is involved in working to conserve sage-grouse in Baker County.

Take a virtual tour of the

Powder River Watershed

Strategic Action Plan Refresh and Action Plan Development

The Powder Basin Watershed Council is beginning the exciting journey of refreshing our Strategic Plan and developing a Watershed Restoration Action Plan! Please see our slideshow below for more details regarding each planning process and why we need your help!

Want to get involved? Contact us via email:, or phone: 541-523-7288, to join our planning process!

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