Working Lands

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The Coast Fork WIllamette Watershed is home to many farms and timber forests, and we recognize that how these lands are managed can benefit the health of our watershed. 

Agricultural and working lands play important roles in maintaining and improving the health of our streams, rivers, and natural habitat by protecting waterways from runoff, building soils, and managing invasive species. 

The Watershed Council’s Working Lands Program supports farmers, ranchers, and foresters in their role as land stewards by helping them to adopt stewardship practices that keep their working lands working: working as farms, working as businesses, and working as natural ecosystems.

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