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OWEB supports a range of monitoring activities and grants including baseline, compliance, status and trend, effectiveness, and validation monitoring. Through these, OWEB is able to document watershed conditions, track changes in critical habitat and species over time, and evaluate the effectiveness of conservation and restoration efforts. This diversity of monitoring approaches is essential to building an understanding of watershed health, tracking the success of watershed improvement projects, and setting restoration priorities.

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Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds (OPSW) Monitoring Team

Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds

Online Project Completion Reporting

We are pleased to offer online project completion reporting via the OWEB Grant Management System (OGMS). OWEB's effort to streamline processes coincides with and supports our Strategic Plan and long-term investment strategy development.

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OWEB Grant Management System (OGMS)

Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory (OWRI)

OWRI inventories restoration data for the state of Oregon and is managed by OWEB.

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Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Funding (PCSRF) Reporting

OWEB applies and competes regionally for PCSRF dollars each year. Once received, OWEB is responsible for distributing PCSRF funds to projects in Oregon. Twice a year, OWEB is required to submit information about PCSRF-funded projects and data related to projects funded by state dollars to the PCSRF database.

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OWEB Project Reports

Featured high-quality examples of both implementation and monitoring reports for different restoration project types.

Project Reports​