Narrative written by the State Climatologists and published by the National Climatic Data Center.
Works with landowners to conserve sensitive and critical lands in the Columbia River region. Provides project tours, news, factsheets, and membership information.
Oregon based project to educate about the environment.
This non-profit maintains and stewards the Opal Creek Educational Center. Facility allows organizations and educational groups to gather and experience forest wilderness. Seminars sponsored.
Describes hiking trails in the western Oregon Cascades, with color photographs of wildflowers found on them.
Information about crops, soils, weather, and cultivation techniques in Oregon.
A non-profit organization created to protect, preserve, and restore the quality of the Molalla River and its tributaries.
A statewide network of 13 chapters and 1000+ members dedicated to the enjoyment, conservation, and study of Oregon's native vegetation.
Resource for vascular plants of Oregon. Includes an online plant atlas, photo gallery, rare plant guide, and newsletter.
Provides schools with information they need to set up and maintain successful waste reduction programs and to recognize schools for their waste reduction achievements.
Exists to protect, defend, and restore High Desert lands and water from irresponsible livestock grazing, mining, and geothermal development.
Offers access to current stream flow data and studies of Oregon groundwater and surface water resources.
Non-profit organization with programs and projects to enhance the livability of Oregon. Volunteer events can be searched by type, date or location.
Describes a multi-disciplinary research effort to analyze the ecological, economic, and social consequences of forest policies of in the Oregon Coast Range. Includes resource maps, data, publications and other information.
A non-profit assisting the Oregon Department of Forestry with a capital and endowment fundraising campaign for the Tillamook Forest Interpretive Center. History and news provided.
Nonregulatory group established to improve watershed quality in northeastern Oregon. Includes extensive stream and water quality data, information about fish passage issues, reports of current activities, and other information.
A charitable non-profit organization based in Portland, Oregon, providing educational programs in ecology. Field activities include studies of Cascade streams and mountain ecology.
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