The Marys River Watershed Council relies upon a variety of partners thatĀ support stewardship of the Marys River and nearby streams.

Please contact us for more information about partnering with the Marys River Watershed Council.


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OWEB (Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board)

OWEB has been a generous funder of the Council since 1998. By funding restoration projects, education, community outreach and general support needs, the Council has a strong 20-year track record of success.

Meyer Memorial Trust

Meyer Memorial Trust

Meyer Memorial Trust provides generous support to the Council for restoration and capacity building. Most importantly Meyer awarded the Council one of only eight Model Watershed Awards in 2010 that greatly enhanced our capacity to make great strides in making the Marys River watershed healthy for both people and wildlife.


US Fish & Wildlife Service

The Partners in Conservation program of USFWS supports the Council’s work with landowners in the Wren area who work with our staff to enhance habitat for Fender’s blue butterflies.

City of Corvallis

1st Alternative Co-op

1st Alternative Natural Foods Co-op

The Co-op in Corvallis has been a generous supporter of watershed stewardship by including the Council in their annual Beans for Bags program. Grocery shopper’s generosity is part of a local community effort to make the Marys River the best it can be for all of us!


Chambers Family Foundation

The Chambers Family Foundation is supporting the Council’s Connect program by supporting our work to stay connected with people who live and work in the Marys River watershed.

Oregon Community Foundation

Oregon Community Foundation

The Oregon Community Foundation supports the Council’s Education and Connect programs that brings us touch with youth and citizens who want to learn more about the Marys River watershed.

Gathering Together Farms

GTF provides the Council with in-kind support each year at our annual meeting. Every table is decorated with fresh flowers supplied by a local farmer.