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Oregon Plan Basin Reports

Click on a watershed to see specific information about one of the state's 15 major basins, including a discussion about restoration issues, data on the restoration projects and investments in each basin, and stories about projects implemented.
 
Malheur OwyheeLakes BasinKlamathRogueSouth CoastSouth CoastUmpquaPowderGrande RondeDeschutesWillametteNorth CoastHoodUmatillaLower ColumbiaLower Columbia
 

Online Data Viewers
 
Want to view detailed information about restoration projects in Oregon?  
 
The Oregon Watershed Restoration Tool shows the locations of completed restoration projects in Oregon from several data sources including the Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory (OWRI).  
 
Want to learn about OWEB investments across the state?
 
The OWEB Investment Tracking Tool is a new tool that allows exploration of OWEB grant funding distribution across the state.  The tool provides basic information on grants in progress and those that have been completed (e.g. project name, start year, OWEB funding amount).  The tool lets you view OWEB grant information on a map by watershed, grant type, county, or year.  An address can also be entered to view projects funded in a specific area or neighborhood.
 
Want to view fish habitat improvements made over the last ten years?
 
The Fish Passage Viewer portrays stream habitat made accessible to salmon, in addition to other species of native fish and wildlife, after a decade of fish passage improvement actions, as reported to OWRI in the John Day basin and Coos sub-basin.
 

2009-2011 Biennial Report Sections
2009-2011 Online Report Main Page
Executive Summary [PDF]
Agency Actions
Voluntary Restoration
Monitoring 
Science Oversight
Data Sources, Acronyms, and Credits [PDF]