The Watershed Stewardship Education Program (WSEP) is an innovative, multi-disciplinary program in the Oregon State University Extension Service. Through educational materials and programs, WSEP helps watershed councils, landowners, and others work effectively together to understand multiple components of their watersheds and apply this knowledge to assessments, project development, and water quality and habitat monitoring. This article documents the need for and the development of this innovative educational program and discusses implications for Extension, including the necessity of multi-disciplinary programming and working with non-traditional audiences.
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Conway, F. D., Godwin, D., Cloughesy, M., & Nierenberg, T. (2003). Watershed Stewardship Education Program--A Multidisciplinary Extension Education Program for Oregon's Watershed Councils. The Journal of Extension, 41(4), Article 6. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol41/iss4/6