INR is working with collaborators and stakeholders to fill key information gaps and offer science-based recovery and conservation strategies for these unique tree-climbing predators.
The Senate Bill 202 Task Force will evaluate the benefits of, need for, and capacity for conducting independent scientific reviews for natural resources in the State of Oregon.
The Historic Vegetation Mapping Project is creating maps of historical vegetation based on records from early land surveyors.
INR is helping coordinate the Sage Grouse Conservation Partnership (SageCon), a federal, state and local effort to address sage grouse conservation.
The Integrated Landscape Assessment Project evaluated current and future land management scenarios in Oregon, Washington, Arizona and New Mexico.
iMapInvasives shares invasive species information for strategic management in Oregon through an online, GIS-based reporting and querying tool.
The Oregon Natural Areas Program helps ensure that a comprehensive network of lands representing each of Oregon's ecosystems is available for research and education.
The Oregon Biodiversity Information Center captures unique, comprehensive data on rare, threatened, and endangered species throughout Oregon.
Oregon Explorer provides access to place-based, up-to-date scientific data and information through maps, images, publications, and user-driven tools.
Oregon State University
234 Strand Agriculture Hall
170 SW Waldo Place
Corvallis, OR 97331-8680
Portland State University
PO Box 751
Portland, OR 97207-0751