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Announcing DRC's
Raise the Deschutes Seminar Series

Increase your water knowledge with our new seminar series! Starting July 14th, DRC is bringing water experts to you to share information and answer your questions. With water supplies being top of mind, it's important we all raise our water IQ. 

These monthly seminars provide opportunities for the public to engage with regional water experts who will present on and answer questions regarding the primary water issues affecting the Deschutes River Basin and the programs in place to address these issues.

All seminars are free to attend and will be hosted at Open Space Event Studios in Bend. Streaming options and recordings will be available for greater accessibility.

 

DRC Welcomes Project Zero Communications Intern, Angie Huber

Angie Huber is joining the Deschutes River Conservancy and Upper Deschutes Watershed Council as an intern for the summer and fall of 2022. Both internships are facilitated by the Central Oregon cohort of the Project Zero Green Jobs Internship run by Portland General Electric.

Angelina grew up in Bend, Oregon, and graduated from the University of Oregon with a BS in Environmental Science and a minor in Biology. Her passion for conservation led her to further her career by working in the environmental sector. 

In her free time, Angelina likes to fly-fish, ski, and camp with her friends and family throughout Oregon. 

 
 

Did you miss the town hall discussion about improving drought resiliency in the Deschutes Basin?

Catch the replay of the May 4th Town Hall discussion. DRC Executive Director Kate Fitzpatrick leads us through an overview of the Upper Deschutes River Basin Study, including updates on how much water flows through the basin, where water is used, and where it is needed. Deschutes County Commissioner Phil Chang will share policy ideas on improving drought resiliency and respond to questions and comments from attendees.

 

Job Opportunity at the DRC

Office Manager

Do you have administration skills you'd like to use to help our dynamic team restore streamflow and improve water quality in the Deschutes River Basin? If so, we'd love to hear from you. Do you know someone who would be a perfect fit? Please share! 

We will be accepting applications until June 24th. 

 
 

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