Little Butte Creek Watershed Council
The Little Butte Creek Watershed Council is a 501(c)3 not for profit rganization working to advance watershed health, science and education. Our strategy is to promote community involvement with on the ground projects towards a healthier watershed. This approach will lead to an improved quality of life and a stronger economy.
The watershed council is dedicated to public education, outreach, and support for healthy public resources. Recent riparian restoration projects include the removal of invasive weeds, replanting with native species, and the installation of exclusion fencing. These efforts improve water quality and bank stability while reducing sediment into the creek.
Little Butte Creek Watershed Council is the unifying force for positive change for the benefit of all users.
What does the Little Butte Creek Watershed Council do?
Fish passage improvement
Riparian, fish and wildlife habitat restoration
Water quality monitoring
Noxious weed control
Community service projects
Fundraising and outreach
Irrigation efficiency improvement
How Can You Help?
Serve as a Board Member
Volunteer and become a project coordinator
Work to remove invasive plants and replant with native species
Share your technical expertise with the monthly newsletter and Website
Assist with public information and fundraising
Help mentor youth about watershed conditions
Financial support - an individual membership is only $10/year