Huge thanks to the Technical Advisory Committee who helped develop
the Field Guide and identify sites.
||Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
||Oregon State University, Sea Grant Extension
||Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development
Also, thanks to the City
of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services, Metro,
and NEMO for
use of fact sheets, graphics, sketches, and photographs.
Valuable information sources for the Field Guide and further research
The Stormwater Management Manual from the City of Portland’s
of Environmental Services.
at the Source: Design Guidance Manual for Stormwater Quality
Protection available from the Bay
Area Stormwater Management Agencies Association.
Streets: Innovative Solutions for Stormwater and Stream Crossing
article from Metro,
the Portland area regional government.
The Center for Watershed
Protection is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that provides
local governments, activists, and watershed organizations around
the country with the technical tools for protecting some of the
nation’s most precious natural resources: our streams, lakes
Better Site Design: A Handbook for Changing Development Rules
in Your Community by the Center
for Watershed Protection.
Education for Municipal Officials): An educational program for local
land use officials that addresses the relationship of land use to
natural resource protection.
The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board’s Small Grant Program
provides funds for a variety of stormwater management projects in
Oregon. Eligible projects include vegetated swales, ecoroofs, and
permeable pavers, and other techniques. Visit OWEB
for more information.
The Western Washington Stormwater Manual provides minimum requirements
and best management practices for projects in western Washington
State. See Ecologys Stormwater
Page for information.