Attend a meeting
Come learn about important issues and opportunities in the watershed! The Council holds regular meetings on the 2nd Thursday of every month. Meetings are from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the OSU Extension Office in Prineville and are open to the public.
Go to a map showing the location of Council meetings.
Become a volunteer
A great way to get involved is to volunteer for a few hours on a project or a committee. Projects for which volunteer labor is invaluable include tree planting, stream cleanup, water quality monitoring, and many other projects.
Attend a tour, workshop, or educational program
The Council sponsors several educational opportunities throughout the year that are a fun and interactive way to learn about the watershed. These opportunities will continue to expand with the recent opening of the Library Outdoor Learning Center, a unique outdoor classroom located on the banks of the Crooked River in downtown Prineville.
Join our mailing list
Receive notification of meetings, important events and exciting volunteer opportunities by joining our mailing list.
Initiate a watershed restoration project
Take an active role in enhancing watershed health by completing an upland or riparian restoration project on your own property. The Council can provide technical and/or financial assistance for both large and small projects. Please contact the Council at (541) 447-3548 if you are interested in having the Council sponsor your project.
Make a donation
The Council is a non-profit organization that is primarily funded by state, federal, and private foundation grants. Private donations can be valuable contributions that fill gaps in the Council's funding. Your contribution, large or small, can help make a difference in the Crooked River watershed!