Watershed councils are highly effective in the planning, development, and implementation of projects to maintain and restore the biological and physical processes in watersheds for the sustainability of their communities. They bring state, federal, and private funding to local communities for ecosystem restoration, monitoring, and education. On-site projects are implemented in an effort to enhance the watershed's ability to capture, store, and beneficially release water. Education programs inform people about watershed processes and functions. Watershed councils provide coordinated, broad-based review of land management plans to local, state, and federal decision-makers. Together with their many partners, councils make a significant positive impact on the local environment, economy, and community.
Oregon Restoration Viewer: An interactive mapping tool to visualize the impact of conservation and restoration projects statewide.
OWEB Investment Tracking Tool: An interactive tool that demonstrates the breadth and depth of investment in conservation statewide.