You and your neighbors throughout the Basin know better than anybody what’s needed now and for the future. The Chehalis Basin Strategy depends on experiences, knowledge, and input from residents to decide where and how to invest in the highest priority solutions.
There are multiple ways to get involved with the Strategy:
- Access resources to help protect and improve your property
- Weigh in on plans for local projects
- Weigh in during key public processes for large-scale projects
- Volunteer at local events
- Attend monthly Chehalis Basin Board meetings
Visit our Resources for Basin Residents page for more information.
Follow the Chehalis Basin Strategy on Facebook and Twitter for real-time information on Strategy projects and updates, events, news, and more. You can also stay up-to-date on the Strategy through the Office of Chehalis Basin’s monthly e-newsletter.
Upcoming Events and Opportunities
Webinar: Skookumchuck Dam Study Update (Phase Two)
April 13 | 6-7 pm PT
Phase Two of OCB’s analysis on possible futures for the Skookumchuck Dam is now complete. In the study, we examine four possible outcomes. Join us for a one-hour webinar as we break down the study results and what they could mean for the Skookumchuck River and neighboring communities.
This webinar will also offer live Spanish interpretation.
Earth Day Trail Work
April 22 | 10 am-1 pm PT
This Earth Day, join Lewis County Stream Team, Lewis County Noxious Weed Control, City of Centralia, and Chehalis River Basin Land Trust partners in removing invasive species in the riparian areas of the Chehalis River Discovery Trail. To RSVP, email Kenna Fosnacht or call (360) 996-4560.
Monthly Chehalis Basin Board Meetings
First Thursday of each month | 9 am-2 pm PT
On the first Thursday of each month, listen into the Chehalis Basin Board meeting to stay updated on the latest decisions and project updates for the Chehalis Basin Strategy. Find the Zoom link, agendas, and more at the Chehalis Basin Board website.
ASRP Regional Implementation Team Meetings
Every third Thursday of the month | 9 am PT
Local organizations and partners gather every month to discuss, develop, and move projects forward as part of the Aquatic Species Restoration Plan. The public is welcome to join to hear about projects and connect with local project sponsors.