The mission of the Bear Creek Watershed Council is to foster collaborative efforts that maintain, protect, and restore the Bear Creek watershed - an integral part of the Rogue River Basin.
The Bear Creek Watershed Council seeks to restore cool, clean, fishable, and swimmable streams throughout the watershed. We envision all people who live in the watershed working together to protect the health of the watershed while fostering a strong economy and community.
5/16/2014: Two sole source contracts shall be awarded by the Bear Creek Watershed Council seven days from this date to:
1) K&C Environmental Services Inc. for Riparian Restoration & Vegetation Management at Coyote Trails, OWEB # SG 06-12-027
2) Michael J. Morgan, Consultant for Stream Smart Website Maintenance, DEQ Project 014-13
For information on BCWC policies: http://www.bearcreek-watershed.org/admin-a-council-business/documents.html
|TO REPORT A SPILL OF ANY KIND|
|CALL Oregon Emergency Response System (OERS) at 800-452-0311|
Learn more about the proposed merger between BCWC and three other Rogue basin watershed councils:http://www.upperroguewatershed.org/rogue-river-watershed-consolidation-information.html
SAVE THE DATE
Bear Creek Watershed Council Evaluation
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
10 am - 2 pm
Who is invited to participate: Council members, partners, and others
interested in the work of the Bear Creek Watershed Council
Purpose of the evaluation: To look at recent watershed council work
and discuss future work of BCWC going forward
with a perspective of a possible merger with other watershed councils
Location: Coyote Trails Nature Center,
2931 South Pacific Highway, Medford
In the heart of US Cellular Community Park
This meeting will take the place of the normally scheduled General Meeting.
There will be no General Meeting on July 14, the second Monday in July.
A Partnership to Battle Invasive Weeds
“Let's Pull Together”
A VOLUNTEER EVENT
All volunteers will receive a commemorative t-shirt,
enjoy a BBQ lunch and raffle prizes!!
* June 21 from 9am-noon
* Hosted at Coyote Trails Nature Center
* Directions: Located in the heart of the US Cellular Community Park on Bear Creek at 2931 S. Pacific Hwy, Medford, OR 97501.Events hosted by the Jackson County Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA). For more info about CWMAs visit rogueweeds.info or call 541-690-8799.
|Bear Creek Watershed Council General Meetings are open to the public and are the second Monday of each month (except for November when we have our Annual Meeting). Meetings are held at the Medford City Hall, Lausmann Annex, Conference Room 151- 8:30a.m.|