ODA Focus Area: The Greater Siletz Basin
We are currently focusing our efforts in the Siletz and Rock Creek watersheds. We are interested in implementing projects that benefit water quality by establishing and improving riparian buffers on water bodies, minimizing erosion, and decreasing non-point source pollution. Restoration and best management projects such as these will improve water quality to the benefit of the ESA-listed Coho Salmon as well as Oregon Conservation Strategy listed Coastal Cutthroat Trout, Steelhead, Chinook Salmon, Chum Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Pacific Lamprey, Red-legged Frogs, and the numerous other species that thrive in the watersheds.
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We can provide technical assistance, help with project design, and provide funding resources for your property,
Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), in combination with our partners, provide rural and urban residents with multiple service programs that assist with
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About Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District
Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District (Lincoln SWCD) serves Lincoln County communities and residents by providing assistance to implement resource conservation, watershed restoration and habitat enhancement projects to improve and conserve natural resources on rural, agricultural, forested, and urban lands.
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Lincoln SWCD is a member of the Oregon Association of Conservation Districts.