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Oregon’s water future is already being shaped by climate and population changes. How we choose to steward our water resources now will determine if we pass a legacy of clean and abundant water to future generations of Oregonians so they can enjoy a vibrant economy and live in a quality environment. The investments we make now in natural and built water systems will support a prosperous Oregon in the 21st century and beyond.

Vision Document


Fall 2019 Objectives

  1. Refine the draft vision, problem statement and goals as appropriate from feedback received
  2. Increase awareness by water leaders of the context around the 100-Year Water Vision and its goals, including examples
  3. Building on the Integrated Water Resources Strategy (IWRS), increase understanding of available data and gaps in data related to current surface and groundwater condition, as well as built and natural water infrastructure conditions and needs
  4. Building on the IWRS, increase identification of priority data needs for effective built and natural water infrastructure decision-making
  5. Increase knowledge of current state and federal funding available for water system investments and funding gaps

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