Trees and shrubs growing alongside streams in southwest Oregon are different from those in other areas. Learn what species of trees grow best in this unique environment, what size they will become, and what conditions each needs to thrive.
Your streamside is part of a larger system of plants and animals that live near and within the stream itself.
Jul 2018 |
Streams and Riparian Areas: Clean Water, Diverse Habitat
Streams and streambanks are vital but vulnerable wildlife habitat. Learn the steps you can take to improve vegetation and water quality on your riparian property. These recommendations can help protect birds, fish and other species, while helping you follow the law. This publication is part of the Land Steward Rural Resource Guidelines series.
Oregon State University was designated a Sea Grant college on Sept. 17, 1971, and thus Oregon Sea Grant was officially created. In this video, six people describe how Oregon Sea Grant has been making a difference in the ...
This class covers the principles of salmonid biology (including life cycles, ecological needs at various life stages, etc.) and introduces the audience to freshwater habitat components that are key to the survival of native species...
This class will cover basic steps involved with successful riparian tree and shrub planting as might be done on the open land of small farms or rural homesteads in the Willamette Valley or its foothills. Establishing trees ...
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