Jackson-Frazier Wetland

Program Introduction

The Jackson-Frazier Program operates as a committee of the Alliance for Recreation and Natural Areas (AFRANA).   The Jackson-Frazier Wetland is a valuable natural resource for Benton County, and a popular natural site for county residents.  

As a partner of Benton County Natural Areas and Parks, AFRANA has established a dedicated fund for maintenance of the Bob Frenkel Boardwalk, as well as fundraising and outreach support for wetland restoration, and interpretive & educational opportunity development.

Wandering the Wetland

April 16, 2022 Tour of the Jackson Frazier-Wetland RestorationDiscussion of Future Plans

Benton County Natural Areas and Parks has developed a wetland restoration plan to meet these main goals:

You can help out by volunteering or donating or both!  Thanks for your consideration.

A Gift for Jackson-Frazier Wetland Video
Video event co-sponsored by Marys Peak Group Sierra Club & the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library
AFRANA Jackson-Frazier Program

Read the full Phase 1 Report (draft revision) & Executive Summary for more detail.  See also the AFRANA Jackson-Frazier program overview for more information about our work in this area.  If you have further questions or interests, please email us at jackson-frazier@afrana.org

Visit the AFRANA calendar & events pages, to stay in touch with what we are doing, or to register for upcoming events.