||This collection of reference materials is
designed for watershed council coordinators and members who are
working on their watershed assessments or other projects. The list focuses
on historical information, but also includes technical, biological, and
other information. It is intended to be a basic collection of materials,
along with links to other sources. It is not intended to be
All links checked and updated February 25, 2003.
- Technical sources.
Includes watershed training programs; references on fish
and wildlife; forests and forestry; roads (history, location
and effects); water quality and temperature; water
rights, dams and hydropower; streams and watershed
restoration in general; precipitation and storm events; and
- Social and historical
sources. Includes references on environmental
history, politics and administration; general and social history;
land use history and planning documents; Native
American culture and relations; water rights and water
quality; county planning documents, census data, links to
territorial records, information on deeds, land grants, titles,
mining claims, surveyors notes, and more.
- Maps and GIS links.
and moving images.
(Currently focusing on the Willamette Valley)
magazines and other serials
- Other resources and links.
Includes outreach tools for watershed councils, event listings,
organizations, and ongoing research projects.