If you care about clean and abundant water, we hope you will make your voice heard at an open house this June. At these open houses, the three state agencies responsible for protecting Oregon’s water and making sure we have enough water to go around will:
share information on initiatives to prepare for drought, protect water instream for fish, reduce pesticide runoff, and more
ask for public input on what to prioritize as they update the state’s Integrated Water Resources Strategy (IWRS)
Sure, “Integrated Water Resources Strategy” is a wonky name, but the IWRS is a critical plan for ensuring that Oregon’s waterways are clean and ...