OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Partners and Funding

The Oregon Natural Resources Education Program is supported through diversity of funding and partnerships. We gratefully acknowledge their commitment to K-12 education through ONREP. We appreciate the positive and collaborative participation to ensure high quality programming that meets best practices in education and is grounded in current science.

  • Oregon Forest Resources Institute has been instrumental in supporting ONREP since the mid-1990. They have been an active partner and collaborator on K-12 programming, and their K-12 teacher materials and resource enhance our teacher programming.

  • College of Forestry, Oregon State University has been the institutional home of the ONREP since the mid-1980’s.

  • Project Learning Tree® (PLT) is a program of the American Forest Foundation. ONREP is the state coordinator of Project PLT programs in Oregon, and as such is part of a nationwide network. In addition to curriculum they provide small program grants, and staff professional development.

  • Project WILD is administered by the Council for Environmental Education (CEE) [formerly Western Regional Environmental Education Council, Inc. (WREEC)] and is co-sponsored with the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA). ONREP is the state coordinator of Project PLT programs in Oregon, and as such is part of a nationwide network. In addition to curriculum they provide small program grants, and staff professional development.

  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife supports the inclusion of Project WILD and participates as a member of the ONREP Advisory Board

  • H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest supports K-12 teacher education at the HJA, and has been an instrumental partner in our Teacher-Researcher partnerships.

  • Bureau of Land Management supports K-12 invasive weed education and has been an instrumental collaborative partner in the development and implementation of summer teacher institutes.

  • Harney and Grant County Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMA) support K-12 invasive weed education and has been an instrumental collaborative partner in the development and implementation of summer teacher institutes.