Watershed councils are comprised of people from the local communities. They represent local knowledge with ties to the existing community and its complexity. Watershed councils work across jurisdictional boundaries and across agency mandates to look at the watershed more holistically. The council can be a forum to bring local, state, and federal land management agencies and plans together with local property owners and private land managers. The council forum provides local people with a voice in natural resource management that can significantly influence watershed management decisions.
Mar30Thu2017Apr5Wed20177:00 pm Council MeetingCouncil MeetingApr 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pmThe monthly Council meeting is held the first Wednesday of the month. It is open to the public. Light refreshments are served. Agenda, March 1, 2017 Minutes, February 2017 Project Updates, February 2017 Work Plan Summaries Community Engagement Planning … Continue reading →Apr12Wed201712:00 pm Issues Committee MeetingIssues Committee MeetingApr 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pmThe Issues Committee consists of stakeholders that are interested in considering the issues, both environmental and economic, that impact the Tualatin Basin. If they deem it necessary the bring the issues to the full Council for consideration and direction. Everyone is welcome. … Continue reading →Apr19Wed20174:00 pm Steering Committee MeetingSteering Committee MeetingApr 19 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pmAs of March 2017 – New Location Enter on Corner of First and Washington The Steering Committee consists of the officers and several stakeholders who meet monthly to help guide the Council. Each month a roving stakeholder joins the committee meeting.Apr26Wed20174:00 pm Education Committee MeetingEducation Committee MeetingApr 26 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pmThe Education Committee consists of stakeholders that are interested in teaching and outreach activities in the basin. They produce material to share and sponsor and/or participate in workshops. Everyone is welcome.