Farms and other agricultural water users ensure the availability of fresh, locally produced food to both rural and urban communities.
Irrigated agriculture also provides ancillary social benefits through boating, fishing, hunting, and other recreational amenities.
Irrigated agriculture is the backbone of Oregon’s economy, supporting a variety of high value crops sold globally.
Agricultural water suppliers are on the forefront of conservation and are always seeking innovative ways to stretch our resources.
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OWRC Board of Directors Meeting. Open to OWRC members with advance RSVP.
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Join SDAO Consulting Services Administrator George Dunkel in a lively discussion about the roles and responsibilities of special district board members. Topics will include public meetings, government ethics, board member decorum and conduct, and indemnity and protections. Presentation will include discussion on how board actions and decisions impact the organization and community. Time:10am-2pm. Cost: Free for OWRC members. $50 for non-OWRC members.
NEWS RELEASE February 10, 2016 Media Contact: Lauren Smith, 503-363-0121 Reckless Oregon Spotted Frog Litigation Threatens Oregon’s Communities (Salem, OR) — Oregon Water Resources Congress is deeply disappointed by the news that WaterWatch of Oregon and the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) have filed a preliminary injunction in federal court requesting an unprecedented reallocation of […]