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In the Middle Willamette Subbasin (4th field watershed) there are two 5th field watersheds: Rickreall Creek watershed, and the Mill Creek watershed...
Do not let the bucolic appearance of the Willamette Basin lull you into the feeling that this paradise has been tranquil throughout time. The rolling...
The Middle Fork flows into the Willamette River at rivermile 186. The Middle Fork watershed encompasses 1,355 square miles and...
Birds are by far the most diverse and best known group of wildlife in the Willamette Basin. Organizations that work in Oregon focusing primarily on...
McKenzie River The McKenzie River watershed extends from the ridge of the central Cascade Mountains to the floor of...
The South Santiam subbasin drains approximately 1,040 square miles. With steep, mountainous terrain in the east and a low floodplain to the...
Frogs, toads, newts and salamanders, Oregon's amphibians, appear to be declining throughout the state. Willamette Basin native salamanders are:...
Johnson Creek One day I was just walking the bank "...I don't even know if I was fishing, but right at the mouth of Kelly Creek that runs...
Key Statistics Size (acres) 104,521 Percent public ownership 99 Miles...
Key Statistics Size (acres) 19,476 Percent public ownership 100 Miles...

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