Oswego Lake, with Mt. Hood in the distance.

Oswego Lake Watershed Tour on June 4

Join OLWC Chair Stephanie Wagner for a tour of the Oswego Lake watershed! Our watershed tours are for area residents to introduce them to...
Stephanie, with the huge mound pulled invasives

Successful Boutwell Creek Work Party

On April 23, OLWC celebrated Earth Day with a work party at Boutwell Creek. Six volunteers joined OLWC members Stephanie and Mike in removing...
Join our Earth Day work party in April

OLWC Work Party June 11

JOIN AN OLWC WORK PARTY The Oswego Lake Watershed Council invites you to join our work party as we restore Boutwell Creek, an important tributary...
August 2015 Work Party Volunteers

YOU CAN HELP!

You can help protect watershed health! Volunteer to plant trees, sign up for our newsletter, host a presentation, or attend a free workshop. SCHEDULED...

What is the Oswego Lake Watershed Council? The Oswego Lake Watershed Council (OLWC) is a locally organized, non-profit, non-regulatory watershed stewardship organization established to improve the condition and health of the Oswego Lake watershed and its stream network.

'Watershed sounds'

Voice of the Pacific Chorus Frog played with the kind permission of Martyn Stewart, www.naturesound.org.