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Oregon Topics: Environment/Natural Resources - Agencies G-W

Oregon Geology and Mineral Industries Department (includes information about earthquakes, landslides, tsunamis, oil and gas production, mining, and more)

 

 

Oregon Governor's Office

 

Environmental policies

Governor's policy initiatives (includes Sustainable Rural Oregon and the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds)

 

 

Oregon Land Conservation and Development Department (DLCD)

 

About the department (includes programs, history, and more)


Grants


Planning goals


Citizen involvement


Publications


News and events


Topics

Measure 49 claims
Landowner notification
Tribal relations
Urban and rural issues

 

 

Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA)

 

Frequently asked questions


Opinions


Published orders

 

 

Oregon State Lands Department

 

About the department


State Land Board (includes minutes)


Wetlands Program


Removal/Fill Program (related to state waterways)

 

 

Oregon Water Resources Department

 

Agency forms


Water management (includes conservation and enhancement efforts)


Water resource maps


Surface water information
(includes stream flow, dam, and hydroelectric data)


Ground water information (includes data, studies, and guides)


Publications


Water rights information (includes extensive maps and data)

 

 

Oregon Explorer (by Oregon State University Libraries - includes information to help citizens and policymakers make better decisions about Oregon's natural resources and communities)

 

Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (interstate commission for dealing with fishery issues- California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska)