Working Ridge Top to Ridge Top... 

OUR MISSION

The Lake County Umbrella Watershed Council strives to promote cooperative, holistic restoration across jurisdictional boundaries, to better Lake County's watersheds and people. 

Lake County is made up of multiple, diverse watersheds, each of which have characterisitcs the State of Oregon recognizes as having priority significance. For more information about these characteristics, navigate through the photos and their links below.

CLOSED-LAKE BASIN WETLANDS
AQUATIC SPECIES

SAGEBRUSH STEPPE HABITAT

DRY FORESTS

TESTIMONIALS

"

 I believe the headcut stabilization projects really worked. It's built the stream up by at least 3 inches. I think it would really help if more land owners would pursue restoration projects that improve their land.”

Brady, Lake County Land Owner

"

Not only did a healthy forest appear, but seeps and springs were developed, erosion problems addressed, aspen and pine stands are free of juniper trees, and the pine stand canopy is now open, letting sunlight and moisture in. What a wonderful sight to see!”

Bill, Lake County Land Owner