A digital collection featuring some of the best imagery from the Williams Collection, including nature, forestry and logging images, Civilian Conservation Corps activities and scenes from Celilo Falls. Williams, a native Oregonian, spent much of his Forest Service career in the Pacific Northwest, prior to being appointed national historian in 1998.
Consisting primarily of photographs taken by four Gifford Family photographers, this collection documents Oregon landmarks, agriculture and scenic views throughout the state as well as Native Americans, especially of the Columbia Plateau.
An in-depth look at the history of seed and nursery catalogues in Europe and the United States, illustrated with and exploring items from the Nursery and Seed Trade Catalogues collection, held in the OSU Libraries.
A set of fifty-nine oblique photographs flown by Western Ways, Inc. on December 23, 1964, these images were taken when the Willamette River stood at 23 feet and document the extensive flooding that occurred in Corvallis area.
A resource including over 1,000 field images taken between 1934 and 1945, spanning 390 streams in the Columbia River Basin. The images were captured by U.S. Bureau of Fisheries researchers who were investigating spawning and rearing habitat for Spring Chinook Salmon.
A component of the Oregon Explorer photo collection, this website includes more than three-hundred historic images of Pacific Northwest forest fires, fire crews and wildfire damage, as gathered from the collections of the University Archives.
A sampling of the audio and video materials held in SCARC's collections that are related to natural resources in the Pacific Northwest.
Containing nearly 5,000 digital images from the late 1800s to the present, this collection illustrates changing forest management practices, landscapes, and people over the course of Siuslaw National Forest history. Of particular interest are photographs taken by Corydon Cronk during his time as an assistant ranger in 1910-1911. Siuslaw National Forest retains the original materials and the rights to provide permissions for use.
A web-based natural resources digital library that integrates data from state and federal agencies, local governments, university scientists, and citizens. This rich resource includes Location Portals, Topic Portals and Data Portals.
A portal for data and stories focused on the Deschutes River Basin in central Oregon.
Focusing on natural resource management in southeast Oregon's arid Lakes Basin.
A wealth of resources concerning land and water use in the Oregon's most heavily populated region, stretching south from Portland.
Mapping Oregon's rural and urban connections through an exploration of farms and markets.
Assisting local citizens and policymakers in their navigation of rural issues including vitality and change in Oregon's rural communities.
Resources to support the conservation and restoration of Oregon's wetlands.