Search by state, topic, or type (e.g., map). Site includes hundreds of URLs for environmental organizations. Very easy to use.
Conservation Technology Information Center site, with emphasis on watershed pollutants, watershed partnerships and local goals.
State-by-state weekly report of current drought conditions and forecasts, generated by the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.
A new site, offering contacts and resources for "watershed councils, agencies, resource managers, and other folks interested in water and watershed issues in Oregon." Site content ranges from riparian planting suggestions to irrigation scheduling. Water-related questions can be submitted to OSU scientists.
In-depth information about Oregon water rights, resources and management.
A private, nonprofit group using a voluntary, market-based approach to water conservation and surface-water flow restoration.
Hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, this site helps citizens locate, use and share environmental information about their watersheds.
Publications, comparisons, maps, educational resources and contacts.
News, data, technical resources and USGS water programs.
Online educational resources, ranging from a national atlas and classroom activities, a computer simulation and publications for educators.
This five-minute news interview featured Don Wilhite, director of the National Drought Mitigation Center, discussing a national drought and the profound economic effects of extended drought on real estate, transportation, energy and food costs.
An updated news report (4.5 minutes) on the water conflicts that began in Oregon's Klamath Basin in 2000 when the federal government cut off irrigation water to protect endangered fish.
Extensive coverage of drought, including a variety of links to related stories, off-site information and educational resources for teachers.
On the Eugene School District Web site, featuring a series of articles originally published in the Register-Guard during December 2000.