Stewardship Priority Actions
This interactive map summarizes the top ten stewardship priority actions across the Klamath Basin using multi-source data. The priority actions are presented in the form of word clouds, one for each reporting zone. In addition to the priority action word clouds, the map links to a full list of priority actions and water quality benefits. The map is intended to support collaborative and coordinated restoration activities regarding stewardship recovery actions, thus expediting the recovery of ecosystem services across the Klamath Basin.
Stewardship Priority Map
Click on the map above to view the stewardship priority actions in your area.
Priority Actions- Water Quality Benefits
Word Clouds for:
- Klamath Basin
- Upper Klamath Lake
- Upper Klamath
- Mid Klamath
- Lower Klamath
- South Fork Trinity
Restoration Project Locations/KTAP
Since 2009, Willamette Partnership has been engaged in and helping to facilitate the development of the Klamath Tracking and Accounting Program (KTAP). KTAP defines a consistent system to quantify and track individual and cumulative effects of conservation/restoration actions and measure progress towards achieving basin-wide water quality goals, including the implementation of the Oregon and California Klamath TMDLs.
KTAP Project Map
Water Saving Priority Areas
SIP Priority Areas
Upper Klamath Special Investment Partnership (SIP)
At its January 2012 meeting, the OWEB Board approved the formation of an Upper Klamath Special Investment Partnership (Upper Klamath SIP). The Upper Klamath Basin is defined as the catchment above the Link River Dam and includes Spencer Creek, which drains directly to the Klamath River. This geographic area is the focus of the Upper Klamath SIP. The Upper Klamath SIP implementation partners are known as the Upper Klamath Conservation Action Network (UKCAN). Collectively, this partnership of organizations has a strong foundation working on restoration issues in the basin that will allow for significant progress related to habitat restoration and conservation, water use management, integrated strategic planning, project coordination, monitoring, and partnership development.
SIP Priority Areas
NFWF- Where We Work
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has supported thousands of conservation projects across the United States since 1985. Use this interactive map to locate projects across the Klamath Basin.
NFWF Project Map