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The Scotts Creek Watershed Council will host a community meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at the Scotts Valley Women’s Clubhouse, 2298 Hendricks Road, Lakeport.
There are a number of communities included in the Scotts Creek Watershed. If you live in the areas of Saratoga Springs, Witter Springs, Bachelor Valley, Blue Lakes, Scotts Valley, Cow Mountain, and Tule Lake to the confluence at Rodman Slough, you live in the Scotts Creek Watershed.
The meeting will be facilitated by Korinn Smith of the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Lakeport. The meeting is structured to gather information that will be used to develop the purpose and goals of the Middle Creek Watershed Assessment. Greg Dills, watershed coordinator for East Lake and West Lake Resource Conservation Districts will also be on hand to answer questions and share his knowledge of this process.
This study will help plan the future of your community. Now is your chance to have a say in that future, and what you want your watershed to look like in the next 50 years. If you live in the vicinity of Clover Creek, Sam Alley Creek, the town of Upper Lake, or the areas near the East Fork and West Fork of Middle reek to Rodman Slough, you owe it to yourself to attend this meeting!
Don’t miss this opportunity to have a voice in what happens where you live, and to share your opinions, your concerns, and your knowledge of the area you live in.
Get involved in your community – discover what you can do to improve and preserve the watershed. For more information please call Greg Dills at 263-4180 x12 or Linda Juntunen at 263-4180, Ext. 16.
Location: Scotts Valley Women’s Clubhouse, 2298 Hendricks Road, Lakeport. Contact: Call Greg Dills at 263-4180 x12 or Linda Juntunen at 263-4180, Ext. 16.