A healthy Willamette River system is crucial to the Oregon way of life. But our river needs stewardship to continue providing for Oregonians into the future.
With continued investment in a collaborative vision for a healthy Willamette River system, we can tackle the problems of the present while rising to meet new challenges.
What does it take to restore a river? Learn more about the people behind this work, the landscapes they've touched and the passion they bring to this river movement.
After 10 years of collaboration toward a healthier Willamette, we're laying the groundwork for a new network to support long-term progress in our river basin. Meet the Willamette River Network.
The Director of Resource Development and Policy Coordination will provide a bold vision for resource development, fundraise to bring new resources into the Willamette Basin and will have an understanding of the policy opportunities in Oregon and connections to people and partners throughout the Basin.
Along with a passion for river health, applicants should have a commitment to equity and inclusion, a talent for relationship building and systems thinking and a knack for uniting people for a common cause.
Applications are due April 28th.
Tana Atchley Culbertson, Director of Network Coordination, will help guide the Network’s vision for regional collaboration toward healthy rivers and thriving communities.
We envision a river health movement that is effective and relevant to all the Willamette Basin’s diverse communities, and where the benefits and impacts of river health are shared equitably among all.
Many of us have a story about why the Willamette is special to us. Watch four members of the Willamette community share theirs on-camera, then contact us to share your own reasons why.