62 Acres Near the Long Tom Grange Now Protected

The Hagen family on their property southwest of Monroe, Oregon

We’re excited to announce that the Hagen family has entered in to a Conservation Easement with the McKenzie River Trust, protecting 62 acres of their land southwest of Monroe.

“I have always felt Ferguson Creek was really special,” said landowner Trey Hagen, who grew up in the area and still has family that lives close by. Continue reading “62 Acres Near the Long Tom Grange Now Protected”

McKenzie River Cleanup

July 9, 2011
9am to 2pm

The McKenzie River Guides Association, the McKenzie Flyfishers and the McKenzie Watershed Council are sponsoring the annual McKenzie River Cleanup on Saturday, July 9th. Volunteers are needed to help keep the river scenic and clean. Boaters will pick up trash along sections of the river from Ollalie Campground to Armitage Park, and volunteers without boats will clean up heavily-used areas throughout the valley. Volunteers are especially needed to cover some of the popular public sites, such as the area around Leaburg Dam and Lake. Following the cleanup, volunteers can celebrate with a barbecue at the Hendricks Bridge Wayside. To register please contact Larry Six or Amanda Wilson at the McKenzie Watershed Council: 541-687-9076 or coordinator@mckenziewc.org.