Project Leads, Funders and Supporters


cows Beaver Slough Drainage District

Since 1906 the District has protected the associated flood plain from daily high tide cycles and provided a drainage system, allowing agricultural production in the area.  Development of infrastructure (culverts, tide gates, canals) and a water management plan, that meets current fish passage criteria, as well as the economic and biological objectives of all landowner/stakeholders is the primary role of the Beaver Slough Drainage District.

odfw logo Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is the landowner of two project sites -- 286 acres within Winter Lake and 225 acres in the Beaver Slough watershed. ODFW will provide public access and manage these lands user a long-term management plan.

TNC logo The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy, a non-profit organization, has provided financial support to the project and is the lead entity on restoration activities.

duck hunting China Camp Creek Gun Club

 

China Camp Creek Gun Club is an adjacent landowner and is working collaboratively by providing a conservation easement over 120 acres.

mallard Funders and Supporters

Coquille Indian Tribe

Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Wild Rivers Coast Alliance

Coquille High School

Bandon High School

Powers High School

Ducks Unlimited

Oregon Wildlife