The Natural Resources Information Management Program is a part of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), and is a participant within the regional StreamNet Project, a cooperative venture of federal and state agencies and tribes in the Pacific Northwest. Our Program provides information and services that are essential for accomplishing ODFW's mission - to protect and enhance Oregon's fish and wildlife and their habitats for enjoyment by present and future generations.
Our Program supports the efforts of ODFW by:
- Identifying and prioritizing natural resource information needs for fish and wildlife management.
- Developing and promoting the use of modern data collection and analysis techniques.
- Promoting the use of technology that will benefit the department's natural resource data collection and management needs.
- Developing and providing consistent, accessible, high-quality information.
- Encouraging the synthesis and transfer of scientific information into management recommendations.
- Developing and promoting a multidisciplinary approach to fish, wildlife, and habitat management.
Our Program provides GIS data, maps and reports, data standards and protocols, and links to other state agencies. If you do not find what you are looking for, you can search our site or send us your feedback.