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Board Overview

The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board is a state agency that provides grants. It is led by a 17 member policy oversight board.
Of the Board’s seventeen members, eleven are voting members.
Voting members include:
- At least 1 tribal representative
- 5 citizen representatives
- 1 member each from the following Oregon boards and commissions:
   Board of Forestry
   Board of Agriculture
   Environmental Quality Commission
   Fish and Wildlife Commission
   Water Resources Commission
Six are non-voting Board members. Five represent federal natural resource agencies with expertise in forest and agricultural land management, water quality, and salmon recovery, and one represents the Oregon State University Extension Service.

The Board meets four times a year to act on applications for funds to accomplish watershed restoration activities, and is responsible for establishing Oregon’s long-term strategy for achieving sustainable watershed health.  

Director's Office Overview

The Director’s Office oversees implementation of all agency activities, coordinates board activities, leads the agency on policy and legislative issues, coordinates legal services provided by the Attorney General’s office, and manages human resources issues.

The Director’s Office, includes the Executive Director and the Executive Assistant to the Director.

Board Links
How OWEB Board Meetings Work (basic information about staff reports and public testimony)
2010 Strategic Plan 
Board Meetings (agendas, staff reports, minutes)
Board Members
Grant Application Evaluations and Board Awards
Key Performance Measures