Soque River Watershed Association

Licklog Creek Restoration project
Licklog Creek Restoration project

The Soque River Watershed Association, a non-profit organization, was formed in 1998 to protect and restore the Soque River, its tributaries and watershed. The membership based organization hosts events, clean-ups and implements sustainability projects such as cattle fencing projects, stream bank restoration, and innovative storm water management.



The primary focus and outcome of their efforts are:

Mussle Outing – Aquatic Zoologist, Jason Wisniewski teaching about Mussels
Mussle Outing – Aquatic Zoologist, Jason Wisniewski teaching about Mussels
  • Protect existing water quality
  • Restore impaired water quality through “ground projects” that address the central causes of impairment to the Soque Watershed
  • Educate the community through programs, workshops, publications and outings.
  • Collaborate with county municipalities on a variety of projects such as restoration, storm water infiltration, community garden.
  • Celebrate our successes and enjoy the beauty of the Soque River Watershed.
Fundraiser – 2014 Fall Festival
News-soque – 2014 Fall Festival


The Soque River Watershed Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by Internal Revenue Service. For more information on becoming a member of or making a donation please visit their website: