A few weeks ago, the Willamette River Initiative team had the pleasure of spending a sunny evening at a farm on the banks of the Willamette, enjoying the company of many people who inspire us daily with their relentless dedication to ensuring the Willamette River is healthy enough to support our
We’re excited to announce the founding board of the Willamette River Network!
Update: The application window for these positions has closed.
Many of us have a story about what makes the Willamette special to us. At December’s Within Our Reach conference, dozens of members of the Willamette community shared theirs on-camera.
The successes our partners and grantees have achieved in WRI’s lifetime are impressive. But we have always known that restoring a river basin as large, complex and important as the Willamette will take a collaborative effort for decades to come.
As WRI enters its tenth and final year, we’re working with a team of advisors on a strategy to continue supporting work to improve river health in the Willamette Basin.
As the Willamette River Initiative enters its final year, we’re developing a strategy to continue supporting river health in the Willamette Basin.
It takes transformative leadership to be a true hero of the river restoration field.
As a business owner who makes his living restoring native Willamette Basin habitats, Rosario Franco is quite literally transforming this important watershed, tree-by-tree and acre-by-acre.
The Willamette River Initiative is in the midst of a transformation.
The Willamette River Initiative this fall awarded 24 grants totaling $1.3 million to support a wide range of efforts to improve the health of the Willamette River system and the communities it touches.