OSU Extension Programs deliver research-based, objective information
to help people solve problems, develop leadership, and manage resources
The Extension Wildlife Program offers the public several ways in
which to increase public knowledge concerning wildlife issues, including
how to co-exist with wildlife in urban and rural areas and how to
protect and create wildlife habitat in your own backyard.
The Extension Fisheries Program provides the public with information
on fish, fisheries, aquatic habitat and watershed related issues
in the State of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife has a variety of outreach
programs that work to improve the quality of education and training
by collaborating with community colleges, schools, and state and
Several Fisheries and Wildlife faculty members, both on and off
campus, participate in developing curricular materials and delivering
training for the Watershed Stewardship Education Program. The Watershed
Stewardship Education Program provides statewide training and materials
to help Oregon's watershed councils, SWCDs, and urban and rural residents
understand how watersheds work, and apply this knowledge to watershed
assessments, project development, water quality and habitat monitoring.
SWEP also aims to assist watershed councils in creating successful
groups and partnerships.