As 2016 draws to a close, NCUWC would like to extend our utmost thanks for your continued participation and support in the work of protecting and restoring our urban streams. This work is often a thankless job as you all know. You have waded through trash filled wetlands, planted native plants to improve habitat and stream health or attended lengthy community meetings. In 2016 you have stood strong on behalf of our creeks.
It is often the case that our urban streams do a thankless job as well. Through protecting our homes from devastating flooding or being the last link for the cherished wildlife in the city, these creeks are working harder and harder every year. With new development proposals that threaten water quality and habitat, high water temperatures that hurt healthy fish runs and still limited fish passage at Kellogg Dam there is still much to do to restore these watersheds. This is why your commitment is so important and why we ask that you consider NCUWC in your year end giving. Click a donate button above or below to make your contribution.
In 2016, NCUWC expanded our restoration efforts, improved our outreach programs and strengthened partnerships with fantastic creek stewards throughout the watersheds. We want to thank you all for all of your support and commitment over the years, and we look forward to future collaborations.
NCUWC Executive Director