Water Restoration Project

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Saves pounds of excess
Saves kilograms of carbon emissions

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Help us restore water to the Deschutes River! Looptworks is matching all contributions now through December 12.

$1 = 250 gallons
$2 = 500 gallons
$3 = 750 gallons
$4 = 1 full Water Restoration Certificate of 1,000 gallons

We've teamed up with the Bonneville Environmental Foundation to support the healthy and vitality of the Middle Deschutes River. Thanks to partnerships between the Deschutes River Conservancy and local irrigation districts, new solutions have been developed to restore over 115 cubic feet per second of flow to the Middle Deschutes during the summer months. Water leasing agreements with irrigators keep the river flowing, fostering a healthy ecosystem for people, plants, and wildlife.

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The Middle Deschutes River is a 35-mile section of the iconic Deschutes River that flows between the city of Bend and Lake Billy Chinook, Oregon. In this section of the river, deep canyons and public lands comprise one of the most scenic desert canyons in the state of Oregon. Red-band trout, otters, ospreys, and myriad wildlife species inhabit this section of river and depend on clean, healthy flows of water.

However, historically most of the flow to the middle Deschutes River was diverted near the City of Bend to serve agricultural needs throughout central Oregon. Thanks to partnerships with businesses like the Portland Trail Blazers, the Deschutes River Conservancy, and local irrigation districts, new solutions have been developed to restore over 115 cubic feet per second of flow to the Middle Deschutes during the summer months. Funding allows Deschutes River Conservancy to negotiate lease agreements with irrigators and keep these flows in the river, fostering a healthy ecosystem for people, plants and wildlife.

While agency-led monitoring efforts are underway to assess the positive impacts of this restored flow, fly-fishing guides and biologists who regularly visit this area continue to report improved populations of Red-band trout.

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