Siuslaw Watershed Council

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Frequently Asked Questions

Often, the Siuslaw Watershed Council receives phone calls and e-mail questions about watershed-related issues from residents in the Siuslaw Watershed and Coastal Lakes. Read on for some of the most frequently asked questions and the resources that will help to answer them. Some of the questions that we have included here are beyond the scope of the Siuslaw Watershed Council, but here, as over the phone and e-mail, we try and direct you to helpful resources. This list is not an exhaustive list of resources, rather it is meant to point you toward a good starting place in your search for information.

 

Who do I need to contact when I am planning repairs to my dock?

Questions: call (541) 682-3577, or visit the Land Management Office at the Lane County Customer Service Center, 3050 N. Delta Hwy, Eugene, Oregon, 97408

 

Who can I talk to that will help me learn how to control erosion of the stream bank on my property?

 

Who do I need to contact when I want to get a permit for work in the stream on my property?

Questions: call (541) 682-3577, or visit the Land Management Office at the Lane County Customer Service Center, 3050 N. Delta Hwy, Eugene, Oregon, 97408

 

Who can help me plan a firebreak around my house?

 

Where can I learn more about conservation easements?

 

What does the Siuslaw Watershed Council do for the economic benefit of the community?

  • University of Oregon Ecosystem Workforce Program,

http://ewp.uoregon.edu/sites/ewp.uoregon.edu/files/downloads/WP24.pdf

 

Where can I find out more about invasive plant and animal species?

  • Invasive Animals: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife,

http://oregonconservationstrategy.org/key-conservation-issue/invasive-species/

 

Where can I report my sightings of invasive plant and animal species?

Invasive Noxious Weed Control Program 503-986-4621or call, 1-866-INVADER

  • Invasive Animals: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife,

http://oregonconservationstrategy.org/key-conservation-issue/invasive-species/

 

Where can I report an environmental crime or a spill of toxic or potentially harmful substances?

  • Oregon Department of Environmental Quality,

https://www.oregon.gov/deq/Get-Involved/Pages/File-Pollution-Complaint.aspx

  •        Emergency Spill: 1-800-452-0311 for hazardous materials
  •        Complaints Hotline: 1-888-997-7888