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Master Watershed Stewards
Who are Master Watershed Stewards?
Most Oregonians are familiar with "master" programs offered by the OSU Extension Service: Master Gardeners, Master Food Preservers, Master Woodland Managers. With special Extension training, these people serve as rich resources for their communities. The OSU WE Team is following that successful model to educate Master Watershed Stewards, who will serve their communities by completing a project with assistance from OSU Extension, resource agencies or watershed councils, and becoming points of contact for their communities. To learn more about How to become a Master Watershed Steward (PDF)
The WE Team is working with the Oregon Master Naturalist program to create a watershed stewardship track within the Oregon Master Naturalist framework. Future MWS classes and Water Schools will be offered in partnership with the OMN program. For more information about this exciting partnership please contact Megan Kleibacker or Jason O'Brien, OMN Program Coordinator.
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