Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory

Document Details:

Title: Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory
Category: Website
External URL: https://www.oregon.gov/OWEB/MONITOR/pages/owri.aspx
Updated Date: 18.01.2017
Author(s)/Source(s): State of Oregon
Publication Date: 2017
Focal Topic: Habitat Restoration, Riparian Species & Wildlife
Location: Upper Klamath, Wood River, Williamson River, Lost River, Sprague - Sycan, Middle Sprague, Lower North Fork, Lower South Fork, Upper North Fork
Watershed Code: 180102

The Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory (OWRI) originated at the onset of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds to track Oregonians' voluntary efforts to restore habitats for salmon and wildlife. While the database is managed by OWEB and contains information about grants funded by OWEB, the majority of the OWRI entries represent voluntary actions of private citizens and landowners who have worked in partnership with federal, state, and local groups to improve aquatic habitat and water quality conditions. OWRI is the single largest restoration information database in the Western United States with nearly 17,000 completed projects reported since 1995. This is an online reporting tool.

Keyword Tags:
Oregon, habitat restoration