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Upper Yakima Watershed Action Group

Conservation Northwest is part of a voluntary group dedicated to restoring the Upper Yakima Watershed and addressing the social and ecological issues that arise in restoration.

WatershedRestoring the Upper Yakima watershed

Conservation Northwest is part of a voluntary group dedicated to restoring the health of the Upper Yakima Watershed in Washington and addressing the social, economic, and ecological issues that arise in restoration. The group is open to the public and meets quarterly.

The Upper Yakima Watershed stretches from the peaks of Snoqualmie Pass eastward to just beyond Ellensburg including areas such as Gold Creek, Swauk Creek, Teanaway River, Manastash Creek, Iron Creek, and the Yakima River.

Our 2010 annual report highlights some of the investments of members of the Upper Yakima Watershed Action Group over the past year as well as plans to continue that restoration in the years ahead.

Download a PDF map of the entire watershed with focal areas highlighted.
Please contact Jen Watkins if you are interested in participating or for further information.

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Participants in the watershed discussions:

Cascade Land Conservancy, WA Department of Transportation, US Fish and Wildlife Service, American Forest Resources Council, Kittitas Conservation Trust, Kittitas Conservation District, Kittitas Audubon Society, WA Department of Ecology, Conservation Northwest, WA Snowmobile Association, North Cascades Conservation Council, WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Service, Grizzly Bear Outreach Project, The Nature Conservancy, US Forest Service, Mid Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group, WA Water Trust, and Yakama Tribes

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