A ‘Watershed Moment’ for Amazon Creek:
Amazon creek is home to heron, otter, amphibians, insects, native fish like sculpins, and about 159,000 Eugenians, but where are the trout? When the seasonal flows are right, native cutthroat trout are knocking at the door of Amazon Creek where it meets Fern Ridge Reservoir and the Long Tom River. But the creek isn’t quite ready yet. After four years of success working to improve Amazon Creek water quality through voluntary low impact development with commercial partners, we see a community willing to take the next step toward a trout friendly Amazon Creek, but we need your help.
Long Tom Watershed Council’s 19th Annual Meeting & Celebration will be held the evening of Thursday, October 20th at the Ninkasi Admin Building (155 Blair Blvd, Eugene).
Los Pesticidas están en nuestros arroyos.
Algunos se originan por medio de prácticas de jardinería.
¡Necesitamos y agradecemos su ayuda! Esta beneficiará a toda nuestra comunidad.
Por favor ayúdenos a reducir el uso de pesticidas!