The Oregon Solutions Stream Restoration Partnership Project, sponsored by The Freshwater Trust and the Department of State Lands (DSL), was designed with the goal of making private land restoration easier on a landscape scale and at an accelerated pace that promotes the quality conservation outcomes needed to attain watershed health in a meaningful time frame.
The Renewable Energy Opportunities and Eastern Oregon Landscape Conservation Partnership was established to collaboratively address the needs and issues inherent to renewable energy development and habitat conservation across Eastern Oregon. Partners sought to collaborative approaches to mutually address issues, beginning with sagebrush and sage grouse issues, to determine criteria for identifying areas in Eastern Oregon … Read more
In 2009, Oregon’s Alternative Fuels Working Group (AFWG) identified a number of barriers associated with transportation electrification and provided recommendations to address the barriers. One recommendation of the AFWG was the creation of a governor designated Executive Council to formulate strategies, plans, and partnerships. The Transportation Electrification Executive Council (TEEC) was established by Executive … Read more
Since 2008, the purpose of the FFWG (formerly the FFAC Implementation Working Group) has been to pursue implementation of the Board of Forestry’s recommendations on how to accomplish more management on federal lands in partnership with the state. These recommendations appear in the Board’s 2009 report, “Achieving Oregon’s Vision for Federal Forestlands.” Beginning with the 2015-17 … Read more