Join the Forest Waters Coalition for a training in understanding and engaging with Oregon’s water-typing system—the state’s official maps of our waterways. Learn how streams are classified, why this matters, and how community-led stream surveys can help gain protections for waterways.
This training will explore how watershed advocates can engage with the state’s stream typing system and conduct stream surveys that can lead to more waterways being protected.
Through this training you will:
- Learn what water typing is
- Understand why water typing matters and can help us protect forest waters
- Gain tools to learn about your waterway and get notifications about what’s happening in your water source area
- Become more effective advocates for your watersheds.