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Telling the Restoration Story is a targeted grant offering that helps grantees and Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board communicate outcomes from restoration investments. Grants support the production of data-driven outreach products geared toward a range of audiences: funders, decision-makers, landowners, restoration practitioners, and natural resource managers. The stories describe factors that lead to quantifiable restoration success, and the impact of restoration in landscapes and communities around Oregon.
This map shows the locations of Telling the Restoration Story sites in Oregon.
To find out more about each project, click on the projects below to pull up summaries of stories, links to outreach materials, and grantee websites.
Grantee Smith River Watershed Council
Grantee Rogue Basin Partnership
GranteeLower Columbia Estuary Partnership
Grantee Long Tom Watershed Council
GranteeCoos Watershed Association
GranteeMcKenzie Watershed Alliance
GranteeConfederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Grantee Lake County Umbrella Watershed Council
GranteeMalheur Watershed Council
Please direct questions or comments to
Audrey Hatch, Conservation Outcomes Coordinator, 971-345-7002.
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