Upcoming Raise the Deschutes will discuss flows on the Crooked River and strategies for sustainable water use.
Join us for “A River Runs Through It: Collaborative Strategies for the Future of the Crooked River” on February 28 at Meadow Lakes Golf Course in Prineville.
The Deschutes River Conservancy (DRC) is pleased to announce the return of its annual RiverFeast Dinner and Auction on Saturday, May 4th, 2024, at the scenic Unitarian Universal Fellowship of Central Oregon. As we gear up for an unforgettable evening of fine dining, live entertainment, and spirited auctions, we extend an invitation to local and national businesses to join us as event sponsors.
In 2018, Intel initiated a partnership with the DRC, underscoring a notable corporate pledge to environmental sustainability amid the recognition of environmental challenges confronting communities in Oregon, the US, and worldwide.
Introducing Rebekah Altman, our Development Director! Read the full staff spotlight article here to learn more about how Rebekah fosters relationships and garners support for the DRC through strong partner foundations, businesses, and community members.
Meet Lisa Seales, our Program Manager! We sat down with Lisa to hear more about her work which includes DRC’s On-Farm Program, the Deschutes Basin Water Collaborative, and our Raise the Deschutes Seminar Series! Read the full Staff Spotlight Q&A article here!
$12.2 Million in State Funding Awarded for Deschutes Basin Water Conservation & Flow Restoration Projects ›
On behalf of the Deschutes Basin, the Deschutes River Conservancy is pleased to announce the allocation of significant grant funding from the Oregon Water Resources Department (OWRD) for four pivotal water conservation projects in Central Oregon.
Get to know Ben Kittell, our Development and Communications Coordinator, as we delve into his background in Environmental Communications, and his decade-long dedication to fly-fishing and Central Oregon’s rivers – read more here in Staff Spotlight Q&A article!