In the News

June 6, 2018
A spotlight of the Rogue River Watershed Council sponsored Festival on the Rogue happening June 9, 2018.
Upper Rogue Independent – Meet the Rogue in Shady Cove

April 10, 2018
A Daily Courier report of the Rogue River World Fish Migration Day Festival & 5K Migratory Run/Walk and Kids’ Dash.
Daily Courier – Lots to see and do at first Rogue River Fish Migration Day Festival

April 5, 2018
An opinion piece centered around the Rogue River World Fish Migration Day Festival in the Daily Courier by Restoration Project Manager Alexis Brickner.
Daily Courier Opinion – Uniting community around steelhead and salmon at World Fish Migration Day Festival

April 1, 2018
The Grants Pass Daily Courier highlights Rogue River – World Fish Migration Day & 5k Migratory Run/Walk and Kids’ Dash happening April 7, 2018.
Daily Courier – Entertainment

March 23, 2018
Listen to Executive Director Brian Barr and Jack Duggan on the Jefferson Exchange discuss land stewardship in the Rogue basin highlighting the Living On Your Land Conference happening April 14, 2018.
Jefferson Exchange – Country Dwellers Learn to Take Care of Their Land

October 23, 2017
Listen to Executive Director Brian Barr and Project Manager Alexis Brickner discuss recent and planned work to improve fish passage in the watershed on Jefferson Public Radio:
Jefferson Exchange – Rogue Watershed Council Helps Dams Disappear

May 23, 2017
A Guest Opinion in the Daily Courier by Executive Director Brian Barr on being a good steward of our waterways.
Daily Courier – Guest Opinion

February 5, 2017
An article in the Daily Courier highlighting volunteer work funded by an OWEB Small Grant secured by Rogue River Watershed Council for riparian restoration along Gilbert Creek in Grants Pass, OR.
Daily Courier – Gilbert Creek

December 15, 2016
Listen to RRWC Executive Director, Brian Barr on Jefferson Public Radio:
RRWC recent and future work in the Rogue basin to improve fish passage.
Jefferson Exchange – Extending The Un-Damming of The Rogue

November 30, 2016
Listen to RRWC Executive Director, Brian Barr on KXL Portland radio:
RRWC received a grant from Resources Legacy Fund and The William & Flora Hewlitt Foundation as part of the Open Rivers Fund to support river conservation efforts and removal of aging dams.

Same Vision. New Council.

Stretching from Crater Lake to Grave Creek, the Rogue River Watershed Council covers the eight largest communities, four sources of municipal drinking water, and some of the Rogue Basin’s most productive salmon streams within its 1.6 million acre operating area.