USING THE WATERSHED RESTORATION TOOL

You may access restoration project information for the OWEB Reporting Basins from the restoration tool. The restoration tool was created to show the locations of and information from the Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory (OWRI) Database and Fish Passage Inventory data. After you have launched the tool, a map of Oregon will appear. On the left, you will see instructions on how to find project data. On the map, squares denote the locations of completed restoration projects and diamonds and circles denote locations of barriers to fish passage. By clicking on a location, you will be presented with some findings, or attributes, from the projects.

DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this visualization tool is current as of Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory's calls for data prior to and including 2008. Data submitted subsequent to this may not be included in the tool. Only those restoration projects with spatial attributes appear in the tool. Information about projects lacking spatial attributes can be accessed through the OWRI database.