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Become a Partner in the Oregon Plan
For Salmon and Watersheds!
You can help achieve clean water, healthy salmon runs, and thriving communities in Oregon, in the way you find most comfortable.
 
To get started, here are ten things you can do if you are a...
 
BoaterFarmer
Forest LandownerGardener
HomebuilderHomeowner
Irrigation Delivery DistrictIrrigator
LandscaperRancher
Outdoor Recreationist
[all PDF 400 KB]
 
…and download a copy of Salmon Friendly Recipes [PDF 560 KB] to learn about solutions that help you clean, garden, and control pests in ways that are less toxic for people and salmon...
 
…as well as a guide to Saving Energy, Water, and Fish [PDF 910 KB] (and money!).
 
 
Ready to do more?
 
Lend a hand. Organizations throughout Oregon are bringing people together to protect and restore vibrant human and wildlife communities. Local watershed councils, soil and water conservation districts, and nonprofit groups all need volunteers to roll up their sleeves and help make a difference on the ground.
 
Financial and technical assistance. Assistance is available to help forest, agricultural, commercial, and industrial landowners manage their properties to protect and restore healthy watersheds.
 
Spread the word. Display or distribute an Oregon Plan brochure that provides an outline of the key elements of the plan along with examples of projects throughout Oregon. For copies of the brochure, call (503) 986-0202 in Salem.