A consortium of scientists helps residents in Oregon’s most populated region plot their shared future.
Flooded grass fields offer refuge to fish and wildlife more associated with streams than fields.
A basin sculpted by prehistoric floods faces the challenge of protecting its groundwater.
Coastal communities are running short of water, where and when it’s needed the most.
The mighty Pacific Ocean shows its power—and its vulnerability—in recent OSU research.
Researchers are developing new genetic tools to sort out salmon in the ocean and help fishermen target healthy stocks and avoid endangered ones.
Twenty years of negotiations among tribes and irrigators have created a plan to sustain both salmon and crops, and OSU researchers and graduates help make it happen.
Innovative growers are re-using industry’s water in the Umatilla Basin.
Five years after a devastating drought split the community, Klamath Basin residents are working out a solution.
Ninety percent of Oregon’s small dams are more than a half a century old, and some are falling apart.
OSU’s Master Watershed Stewardship Program marshals a legion of volunteers to care for neighborhood streams.