Welcome to BCWEP!
Based at the Coytote Trails Nature Center in Medford, Oregon, BCWEP is a nonprofit regional resource for watershed education.
Looking for a unique gift for the upcoming holidays? Come get a great gift AND support BCWEP! Check out our CafePress store at http://www.cafepress.com/bcwep. Choose from the official logo or our kid designed one!
This years Kids and Creek was a great event with around 150 people attending. A huge thanks to all our station leaders and other volunteers. It was a perfect fall day for exploring Bear Creek and spotting salmon. Check out the photos here.
Thanks to all of our AWESOME Voluntees who participated in the Bear Creek cleanup for 2013! We hope everyone had a good time and had fun! Please stop by our Facebook Page and take a look at all of the great work done to help clean up our rivers and streams! Visit here for the Album.
Bear Creek Watershed Exploration Days 2013 is here! The event calendar is filled with fun activities and classes for people to get out and enjoy our watershed! For complete event details and an extended event list click here for a copy of the brochure or visit the website: www.bearcreekfestival.net/watershed.html or www.jswcd.org
Stay current on our activities and events - join the BCWEP Announcements email group!
Our programs provide support for hands-on learning through activities like water monitoring, creekside planting and restoration, and river clean-ups. We also offer watershed workshops for educators and coordinate awesome annual events like the Bear Creek Watershed Education Symposium and Kids and Creeks. Check our calendar for the latest dates and information on BCWEP events.
Educators can take advantage of these great resources and many more by becoming BCWEP members.
The Bear Creek Watershed Map is a special project of BCWEP and is available for purchase on our website or from local retailers.
Contact us anytime to become part of the network, volunteer, or learn more about what we do.
Come join us on our new Facebook page at Bear Creek Watershed Education Partners!