Water Resources

Water resource issues are a primary concern for many Oregon communities. Youth who under-stand how to maintain water quality and quantity can provide leadership on ways to keep Oregon’s water resources vital and healthy. Adults leading youth in the water resources track may choose to use the general community investigations of Give Water a Hand to focus on watersheds or wetlands, or to combine all the resources avail-able to develop a more comprehensive water resource 4-H program. Each of the leader materi-als may be used alone or in combination with other materials from this or any other Environ-mental Stewardship track.

Member Materials
My 4-H (          ) Project Record (000-00R) fillable pdf or printable pdf  
Rosa Raindrop Water Cycle Board Game download pdf (4-H 3804)

For Volunteers, in Addition to Member Materials
Exploring Water Habitats (4-H 3805L)
Surviving Tsunamis on the Oregon Coast (PowerPoint)
Our Water World download pdf (4-H 350L)
4-H Wetland Wonders Water Quality Program download pdf (3801L)
What Can We Learn At the Pond? 4-H Wildlife Stewards Master Science Leader Guide (4-H 3101L)
Oregon 4-H Science Rich Handbook Series - Focus on the 4-H Marine Science Project
4-H Natural Science Project record (411-01R) fillable or printable pdf January 2014
4-H Environment Observation Data Sheet (411-04R) fillable or printable pdf Jan 2014
4-H Habitat Data Sheet (411-02R) fillable or printable pdf Jan. 2014
4-H Issue Investigation Data Sheet (411-03R) fillable or printable pdf Jan. 2014
4-H Photo Monitoring Data Sheet (411-05R) fillable or printable pdf Jan. 2014
4-H Range Data Sheet (411-06R) fillable or printable pdf Jan. 2014
4-H Marine/Tidal Data Sheet (423-01R) fillable or printable  pdf
4-H Water Data Sheet (413-01R) fillable or printable pdf  Jan. 2014 

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