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Stories related to water

Water, Water Everywhere? thumbnail image
Coastal communities are running short of water, where and when it’s needed the most.
A basin sculpted by prehistoric floods faces the challenge of protecting its groundwater.
Flooded grass fields offer refuge to fish and wildlife more associated with streams than fields.
The Once & Future River thumbnail image
A consortium of scientists helps residents in Oregon’s most populated region plot their shared future.
Water from a Tree-tapped Well thumbnail image
An experiment in Central Oregon taps an unexpected source of water.
Greening the Concrete Jungle thumbnail image
Green roofs are hard-working landscapes on the Portland skyline.
Precipitating Change thumbnail image
Six OSU experts weigh in on what climate change might mean for Oregon's water.
Landscapes for an arid country
An Oregon-born idea is powered by community involvement.
Taking It to the Streams thumbnail image
OSU’s Master Watershed Stewardship Program marshals a legion of volunteers to care for neighborhood streams.

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