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23 N. Coast Hwy
97365

541-265-9195

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Accomplishments

1994:

  • Council formed
  • Promoted restoration work by displaced timber workers

1996:

  • Hired first part-time coordinator
  • Worked to train salmon fishermen for work in the woods
  • Began water quality monitoring in the Siletz basin

1997:

  • Initial coordination grant from For Sake of Salmon
  • Hired second coordinator
  • Initial restoration/research grant (shade plantings on Beaver Creek)
  • Initial assessment grant (Rock Creek)

1998:

  • Incorporation as 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation
  • First major flurry of grant applications
  • 4 riparian fencing/planting projects
  • First 3 culvert replacement projects
  • First rapid bioassessment
  • Watersheds assessment grant
  • Estuarine assessment grant
  • First education grant
  • First conservation easement grant

1999:

  • Hired third coordinator
  • Hired first education coordinator
  • Brought financial management in-house
  • Completed first projects
  • Completed estuarine assessment
  • Began support funding for Basin Planning Teams

2000:

  • Moved office to NW 15th Street
  • Began implementing estuarine restoration

2001:

  • Completed watersheds assessment
  • Began developing action plan

2002:

  • Completed first major estuarine restoration project
  • Completed first helicopter large wood placements
  • Completed North Fork Alsea fish ladder

2003:

  • Annual budget exceeded 1 million dollars
  • Completed action plan
  • Began limiting factors analyses

2004:

  • Celebrated 10th anniversary
  • Completed Sampson Creek helicopter wood placement

2005:

  • Moved office to 23 North Coast highway
  • Participated in Lincoln City water supply negotiations
  • Completed Drift Creek (Alsea) restoration priorities assessment

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

  • 20th year anniversary 

2015

  • Council surpass $10 million spent on the Central Oregon Coast restoration economy