Community Focused, Landscape Reflected
For the health and safety of our staff, families and communities, beginning March 16th the North Fork John Day Watershed Council will be implementing a number of precautions to decrease potential exposure and/or transmission of COVID-19. Until further notice, the NFJDWC is closing our office to public visitors (staff only).
We thank our landowners, communities and partners for your understanding and look forward to reopening to the public as soon as possible.
The North Fork John Day Watershed Council (NFJDWC) is a non-profit organization that works with private landowners, public schools, and public land managers in the North and Middle Fork John Day River watersheds of NE Oregon. We provide a variety of natural resource and education related services to communities and natural areas within the watershed.
The NFJDWC's mission is to participate in the planning, funding and implementation of programs that enhance and sustain healthy North and Middle Fork John Day watersheds, support tribal cultures and strengthen the long-term stability of individuals and communities that rely on the watershed’s natural resources.
Click the tabs above to learn more about the NFJDWC and stop by our office or give us a call if you have a project idea!