Residential Water/Wells

Lynn Ketchum

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Infiltration Testing: Low-impact development fact sheet

One of the first steps in siting a low-impact development facility is infiltration testing. Infiltration tests estimate the rate at which runoff will infiltrate, or pass through, native soil. An infiltration test, in essence, involves digging a hole, pouring in water, and measuring the drop in water...

By Derek Godwin | OSU Extension Catalog

Porous Pavement: Low-impact development fact sheet

Porous pavement allows runoff to move through the surface and into the soil beneath, reducing the volume of stormwater. Learn about porous asphalt, pervious concrete, permeable pavers and flexible paving systems and how each variation of porous pavement can substitute for conventional, impervious...

By Derek Godwin | OSU Extension Catalog

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OSU model shows modest increases in urban water use in Willamette Valley

Oct 4, 2017
An acre of irrigated farmland uses more water than an acre of land for housing

By Chris Branam | News Story

New study uses wastewater to map large-scale patterns of illicit drug use

Jul 15, 2009
A team of researchers has mapped patterns of illicit drug use across the state of Oregon using a method of sampling municipal wastewater before it is treated.

By Peg Herring | News Story

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Well, where is my well?

I am looking at a property in Williams, Josephine county, OR It has an identified well that no one knows were it is. Not even the water master. The well was drilled in 1978 but the driller looks to not be around any more. How can I find this thing? Any Ideas?

By Chrissy Lucas | Featured Question