About StreamWebs

StreamWebs is Oregon Sea Grant's online watershed database and stewardship application, designed to provide classrooms with the tools they need to conduct authentic, hands-on watershed monitoring and restoration projects. StreamWebs offers teachers a path to bridge field experiences back to the classroom using StreamWebs' data input and analysis tools and compare their data with other schools across Oregon.

Reserving StreamWebs Educator Kits

Oregon Sea Grant has a number of watershed-related education kits available for check-out at no charge. These kits can be checked out by teachers, watershed educators, or other non-profit groups or organizations in Oregon. A description and photos of these kits can be found under Kit Descriptions. Please use the Calendar to check availability prior to making your request on the Kit Request Form.

To request a kit, please submit the Kit Request Form. Please note that kit requests are not considered guaranteed until you receive a final confirmation e-mail. If you have questions that aren't answered here or on the Kit Descriptions page, you may contact streamwebs@oregonstate.edu.

NOTE: These kits are housed in two locations: Oregon Sea Grant, Corvallis and the Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport, and must be picked up from and returned to those locations. We do not ship. The location of each kit is noted in the Kit Descriptions and on the Kit Request Form.

Additional Resources

  • StreamWebs  Website - a dynamic networking platform that links students with locally based hands-on  watershed stewardship projects and provides a multimedia showcase for their project and data reports.
  • HMSC Marine Education Programs - Oregon Sea Grant's marine educators, based at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, offer a variety of marine science learning programs for young people and those who teach them. Teachers and homeschool parents can pick from our selection of hands-on classes to meet educational goals, or register groups for our popular Career Day and Homeschool Day programs in the spring and fall. The Visitor Center is also an important resource for science teachers, offering top-quality professional development opportunities and curricula to expand their science knowledge and teaching skills.
  • Watershed and Invasive Species Education Program - WISE offers teacher trainings, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) based curriculum, and on-going teacher engagement in a community for learning and teaching about aquatic invasive species and other emerging watershed issues. Since starting in 2007, WISE has trained more than 70 teachers and reached more than 4,500 students, together, they have completed more than 50 watershed stewardship projects.  Their WISE Blog and Invasive Species 101 page offer resources by and for educators and their students.