Riparian Areas

StreamWebs: Student Stewardship Network Website

OSU Sea Grant Publication

StreamWebs offers a suite of online applications for students to share and analyze their data and review the work of their peers.

USGS Oregon Water Science Center

Online Resource

Our mission is to explore the natural world around us and provide reliable scientific information to help Federal, State, and local agencies, Tribes, and the public make well-informed decisions. Our research is widely used to manage Oregon's water resources for the benefit and safety of people and the environment.
Two people examining a tree

The Nature Conservancy

Online Resource

The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.

American Rivers: Rivers Connect Us

Online Resource

American Rivers protects wild rivers, restores damaged rivers and conserves clean water for people and nature.

Oregon Sea Grant

Online Resource

Oregon Sea Grant serves the state, region and nation through an integrated program of research, outreach, and education that helps people understand, rationally use and conserve marine and coastal resources.

How to Use StreamWebs Macroinvertebrate Kit [online video]

OSU Sea Grant Publication

An online video that shows educators how to teach students to collect and identify aquatic insects.

How to Use StreamWebs LaMotte Water Quality Kit [online video]

OSU Sea Grant Publication

An online video that shows educators how to teach students to test water quality.

Documenting the Drought: Mitigating the Effects in Oregon [4 videos]

OSU Sea Grant Publication

A series of four online videos discussing how practices, techniques, and management strategies impact drought in Oregon.

Life on the Edge: Improving Riparian Function

OSU Extension Catalog

This video explores the pivotal role riparian areas play in the health of our watersheds, how land uses impact this sensitive strip along water's edge, and the techniques used to improve and protect riparian function.

By Derek Godwin

Buying Time: Instream Restoration

OSU Extension Catalog

Streams make up only one percent of the watershed. Nonetheless, they are an essential component to watershed health. Streams are home to wildlife and fish. Well-functioning streams contribute to water quantity and quality. And streams play an important role in flood and erosion control. This video...

By Derek Godwin