FODC's newsletter Currents is published seasonally. Stories are contributed by FODC staff, board members, youth advisory board members and community members. Layout and editing by Sarah Veselka and Pam Kasey. They can be downloaded below.
- FODC Welcomes New Executive Director
- Keep Your Eyes and Ears Alert for the Belted Kingfisher
- City Zoning Can Help Protect Deckers Creek
- Know Your Watershed Rights
- YAB Begins New Meeting Schedule and Announces 2013 Officers
- 2013 Spring Meltdown
- FODC is Tracking Marcellus Wells & Monitoring Streams
- New Genus of Crayfish Found in the Watershed
- Reconstruction of a Deckers Creek Dam
- Welcoming a New Staff Member - Pamela Englemann
- YAB in the Classroom
- Deckers Creek Dog Application
- Local Youth Earn Their Creek Legs Staying Active in Community
- Flies That Live Under River Stones?
- Budget Decisions Impact the Richard Mine Project
- Fishing Improvements in Deckers Creek Including Trout!
- YAB Seeks New Members
- 2011 Spring Meltdown Highlights
- Residents Voice Opinions on Stream and Riparian Land Issues
- Have You Seen a Mink Near Deckers Creek?
- Technical Decisions for a Richard Mine Treatment Facility
- Tracking Dirt in Aarons Creek
- YAB Starts Recycling Program and Receives National Award
- 2011 Spring Meltdown
- Become a Watershed Watch Dog
- Future for Brown Trout in Deckers Creek?
- Poopy Stream Conditions
- New Coordinator, Officers, & Grants for the Creeklings
- 2010 Adventure Day a Big Hit
- FODC Sets a New Goal for Restoration of Deckers Creek