Successfully reported this slideshow.

Oregon Sea Grant watersheds and water resources activities


Published on

Published in: Technology, Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Oregon Sea Grant watersheds and water resources activities

  1. 1. Watersheds and Water Resources Kleibacker, Giannico & Chan
  2. 2. Volunteer Training and ProfessionalDevelopmentMaster Watershed Stewards- Oregon Master Naturalist Program- Watershed Stewardship Certification- Online Watershed Stewardship (eCampus)- Youth Watershed Stewards (Open Campus)Professional Development for watershed restoration professionals
  3. 3. Stormwater Solutions: Training andTechnical Assistance- Oregon Rain Garden Guide and Trainings- LID (Low Impact Development) Academy- Online tools and resources - SWAMP (Stormwater Assessment and Management Decision Support Process) - LID Fact Sheets - Decision Trees
  4. 4. Fisheries and Wildlife- Fish and Farm Ditches- Tide Gates and Fish Passage- Coastal Coho Salmon Life History Monitoring- Coho Salmon Habitat Restoration in Coastal Floodplains
  5. 5. Envisioning Water Scarcity under an Environment of Perceived Abundance” NSF Water Sustainability 2100 Sam Chan1, John Bolte1 Jeff McDonnell1, MarySantelman1, Anita Morzillo1, Maria Wright1, Adam Stebbins2, Linda Modrell 3 1Oregon State University 2 Benton County 3 Benton County Commissioner Clackamas WES. Nov 21, 2011
  6. 6. Invasive Soeecies (Tunicates
  7. 7. Schools and Science Projects as Pathways for Invasive Species ? Biological Supply House
  8. 8. Aquatic Pesticides andNOAA Trust Species Database: Beyond the Label Kelsey Gianou , MRM Master’s Candidate
  9. 9. Aquatic Invasion Risk Prediction and the Economics of Early Detection and Rapid Response in the Pacific Northwest Youngah Lim MunisamyGopinath Samuel Chan Michael HarteImage from USGS NAS
  10. 10. Emerging NeedsClimate Change- Water Availability - Population Increases - Domestic and Ag Uses- Reservoir Management- Fish Habitat and Populations- Water Quality - Contaminants; prescription drugs, pesticides, etc.
  11. 11. oMedicines Contaminating Water
  12. 12. 1. Use a SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threats) approach to • Work with understand the status of knowledge to strategize education and engagement Washington, 2. ID needs for related research and technology Oregon, and 3. Connect watershed science into an education program on drug stewardship California SG’s to Oregon + West develop a regional Coast regional program program/initiative Presence of pharmaceutical Unique • Oregon contaminants in partnerships with Association of Oregons water local/state Clean Water ways agencies and Agencies (ACWA) organizations • Corvallis Public• Smart Phone app• Website Works• Outreach pubs • Organizations• Research based that provide and Logo/slogan Campaign Pharmaceuticals treat water for in the Water- Oregon’s communities Strategizing OSG Connections Intersection with other Sea Grant • Acknowledge, Programs – use, and help leverage OSG expand the• Develop a working strengths to grow national capacity relationship with Coastal issues in IISG’s successful of Illinois-Indiana AVMA Oregon program Sea Grant• outreach to pet Target Specific • Build on a owners Groups national program• Pharmacies with regional• Law Enforcement leadership role• State public health here in the West agencies -diversion, prevention,• Hospice care reduction of pharmaceuticals