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OWEB Strategic Plan
2010 Strategic Plan
The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board began a strategic planning process in June of 2009 with Board adoption of the plan in January of 2010.  The plan is intended to provide high level strategic guidance and direction to help restore and protect Oregon’s watersheds in light of significant driving forces like human use, population growth, urbanization, and climate change. The plan represents OWEB’s thinking about how to continue the work on behalf of Oregon citizens; it does not attempt to review or address all of OWEB’s responsibilities and programs.
 
2010 Strategic Plan [PDF]
Executive Summary [PDF]
 
Plan Goals
 
Goal 1: Restore and sustain resilient ecosystems through program and project investments that
            enhance watershed and ecosystem functions and processes and support community 
            needs.
 
Goal 2: Support an enduring, high capacity local infrastructure for conducting watershed and
            habitat restoration and conservation.
 
Goal 3: Provide information to help Oregonians understand the need for and engage in activities
            that support healthy watersheds.
 
Goal 4: Build and maintain strong partnerships with local, state, tribal, and federal agencies,
            nonprofit organizations, and private landowners for watershed and habitat restoration and
            conservation.
 
Goal 5: Ensure efficient and accountable administration of all investments.


Background Documents
September 2009 Board Meeting Staff Report and Attachments [PDF]
January 2010 Board Meeting Staff Report and Attachments [PDF]
 

More Information
Questions may be directed to Melissa Leoni at 503-986-0179.