Woodlands & Watersheds Festival

Play . Listen . Celebrate . Learn


June 28, 2019 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wallowa County Fairgrounds, Enterprise, OR

In recognition of our community‚Äôs valuable natural and cultural resources, the Woodlands and Watersheds Festival is a combined effort to celebrate, play, listen and learn about what makes our little corner of Oregon a wonderful place to live.  After 15 years of putting on the Watershed Festival and 11 years of putting on the Maxville Gathering, Wallowa Resources and Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center are combining efforts once to again to bring the Woodlands and Watershed Festival to our community!  Our goal is to enhance the experience our community loves so much and make the day even more enjoyable.

The Woodlands and Watershed Festival is a chance for the community to connect with local organizations and learn about their work in a fun way.  Over 25 local and regional organizations, like the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Building Healthy Families, and the Nez Perce Tribe Fisheries, participate each year.  It has always been a family-oriented event, providing opportunities for all ages to learn about our county and surrounding region, through fun and engaging hands-on activities.

Festival Activities include:

  • Fishing at the Nez Perce Tribe Fishing Ponds
  • Live music
  • Interactive kid activities at every booth
  • Free hot dogs for kids
  • Food concessions for all ages

For more information or to have a booth/become a sponsor, contact Jessica Tomasini.

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Our Sponsors

  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Northwest Fence Company
  • Building Healthy Families
  • Bank of Eastern Oregon
  • Wallowa Valley Networks
  • Winding Waters River Expeditions
  • Central Copy & Shipping
  • Grande Ronde Model Watershed
  • Ruby Peak Naturals
  • EnergyTrust of Oregon
  • Wild Carrot Herbals
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Wallowa Lake State Parks
  • Fishtrap
  • Sports Corral
  • Powder Basin Watershed Council
  • Wallowa County Grain Growers

Our Partners

  • Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center
  • Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Blue Mountain Wildlife
  • US Forest Service
  • Fishtrap
  • Wallowa County Humane Society
  • Wallowa Land Trust
  • Grande Ronde Model Watershed
  • EnergyTrust of Oregon
  • Building Healthy Families
  • Nez Perce Tribe Fisheries
  • Wallowa County Project Heartbeat
  • Wallowa County Library
  • Wallowa Band Nez Perce Trail Interpretive Center
  • Josephy Center for Arts and Culture
  • Winding Waters Clinic
  • Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness
  • National Park Service
  • Wallowa County Soil, Water, and Conservation District
  • Wallowology
  • Powder Basin Watershed Council