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Due to Covid-19 Restrictions put in place by Governer Brown for the State of Oregon, our office has moved to a strict teleworking policy. The office is closed to the public. If you need something urgent, please leave a message for one of our staff at 541-247-2755 or info@currywatersheds.org.
Thank you for your patience during this time. 
For over 20 years the Curry Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), the Lower Rogue Watershed Council (LRWC), and the South Coast Watershed Council (SCWC) have worked together to assist landowners with resource concerns while incorporating habitat enhancements into their projects. In 2006, the Curry Watersheds Nonprofit, a recognized 501c3, was added to the Partnership.
The purpose of the Curry Watersheds Partnership is to leverage the strengths of each partner organization to improve ecological outcomes, inspire conservation and stewardship, and improve the economic and community well-being of Curry County.
Watershed: The area of land where all precipitation drains to a common water body, such as a river, lake or ocean. Watersheds are not made of water, but of land. It is a watershed that connects us all to the resources that we depend on for our survival. No matter where you stand, a watershed surrounds you!

While most of our projects target improvements to salmon habitat quality and access, such as large wood placements, restoration of riparian areas, and fish passage culverts, we also have programs that target noxious weeds control, water quality, local food production and early learners with our outdoor education program.

Southern coastal Oregon, Curry County. We are located in the heart of what is called “America’s Wild Rivers Coast,” 101 miles of Pacific coastline and old-growth forests. This coast is home to five National Wild & Scenic Rivers, four of which flow through the Curry Watersheds Partnership's service area. While the area is said to have some of the best remaining salmon habitat in the lower 48 states, there is still a need to restore, improve and create habitat that has been degraded due to historic land use.

If you have questions or concerns fell free to Contact Us. If you would like to become more involved with Curry Watersheds you can sign up to our email list.

P.O. Box 666  |  29692 Ellensburg Avenue
Gold Beach, OR 97444
Phone: (541) 247-2755  |  Fax: (541) 247-0408

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