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Stories related to water

Hardworking Landscapes Tame the Storm thumbnail image
Communities go back to nature to manage the rush of urban stormwater.
Guarding the Wet Stuff thumbnail image
Evolving Best Management Practices are helping farmers and other Oregonians preserve our water.
Voyage of the Beagle thumbnail image
Whale tracking has come a long way: clear up to satellites orbiting the earth.
The Lahontan's Lifeblood thumbnail image
An OSU fisheries graduate student is conducting a pioneering study of how beavers impact a desert stream.
Deja Vu thumbnail image
OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station faculty are trying to help the people of the Klamath Basin with a much-publicized struggle.
Terns of Endearment thumbnail image
Research on the lives of fish-eating seabirds may deepen our understanding of the natural system that includes endangered salmon and steelhead.
The Salmon Connection thumbnail image
Farmers, fishermen and researchers on opposite sides of the state have joined forces to understand how to sustain wild salmon.
The campaign against invasive species needs your help.
Innovations in irrigation are helping growers save water and protect water quality.
Long-term studies help ranchers manage cattle to protect streams.

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