Program and Event Links

OSU Extension Master Watershed Steward Program (MWS)
A series of interrelated topics that provide comprehensive watershed education at an introductory level to watershed groups, landowners, agricultural producers, conservation districts, nursery growers, foresters, planners, teachers, urban residents, or any and other interested groups and individuals.

Groundwater Stewardship in Oregon
This web site will help you take action to protect Oregon's groundwater. Groundwater is used for drinking water, agriculture, industry, and even provides water for streams.

Oregon Well Water Program
The goal of the Well Water Program is to help Oregonians protect the groundwater that supplies their drinking water through education.

Oregon Forestry Education Program (OFEP)
OFEP's educates Oregonians about forests and forest resources and to prepare them to make informed decisions, exhibit responsible behavior, and take constructive action concerning the future of Oregon's forests.

Forestry Extension
The Forestry Extension Program and its partners offer a variety of events for the general public, educators, and young people. Through these events we help people understand the complex ecological, social, and economic values associated with natural resource issues in Oregon. It is our intent to raise awareness and provide information for informed decision-making at the local, state, and federal level.

Watershed Related Publications and Videos

The Oregon State University Extension Service produces educational materials to help people across Oregon. Our catalog includes more than 1,200 entries and includes single sheets, booklets, softcover books, educational videos, and interactive CD's and DVD's.

4-H Wildlife Stewards Program
4-H Wildlife Stewards promote science learning and environmental stewardship among youth. They create sustainable wildlife habitat sites on school grounds by inspiring, educating, and connecting communities, schools, and natural resource agencies and organizations.


Radio Podcast on Forestry
Earth & Sky is a successful short format science radio program that highlights the wonders of science and nature through daily radio shows.  Tune in every month through December for the "2008 Forest Series" and hear from scientific experts about issues including climate change, habitat loss, clean water, and forest sustainability.


Partnering Agencies and Organizations

Klamath Falls City Parks
Check out what's fun and educational in your City Parks.

Klamath County
Welcome to Klamath County, Oregon, home to Crater Lake National Park, the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, and Oregon's City of Sunshine, Klamath Falls. Klamath County houses approximately 70,000 people, with about 21,000 of those people residing in the city limits of Klamath Falls.

Klamath Watershed Partnership
Klamath Watershed Partnership coordinates restoration programs, delivers educational programs on best management practices, and works with private landowners to improve land management and wildlife habitat in the Upper Klamath Basin.

Klamath Falls Fish and Wildlife Office (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
Within the Basin, conservation efforts are coordinated by the Klamath Falls Fish and Wildlife Office through the voluntary cooperation and participation of a variety of agencies, organizations, private landowners, and individuals. Conservation efforts to maintain and restore the function and health of the Klamath Basin Ecosystem are supported and facilitated through many USFWS-sponsored activities.

Network of Oregon Watershed Councils
The Network supports the work of Oregon’s watershed councils to enhance watershed health and benefit their local communities.  They envision strong, resilient watershed councils throughout Oregon sustaining healthy land, water and economies.  Oregon watershed councils are the pride of our local communities and a model for our country and the world.

Klamath Basin Science Conference
The U.S. Geological Survey, NOAA Fisheries, and partners will host a Klamath Basin Science Conference in Medford, Oregon, February 1 through 5, 2010.   Science themes will focus on the current understanding of the Klamath River Basin ecosystem with an emphasis on water resources availability, quality, and aquatic ecosystems.   The purpose is to build scientific collaboration and to identify gaps in the science that must be filled to inform land, water, and fisheries managers, and the public, about the current status and future scenarios of natural resource uses in the basin.