Restoring healthy, functional habitats for native species
Connecting resources for successful
treatment strategies
Engaging partners in education and stewardship

What Is Wapato Revival?

Wapato Revival is a multi-stakeholder approach to revitalizing the Willamette River’s Aquatic Ecosystems. This collaborative effort is made up of the partners of the Willamette Aquatic Invasives Network (WAIN), as well as various other organizations and groups, with the purpose of implementing strategic actions to protect and restore aquatic and riparian ecosystems and water quality in the Willamette Basin.

How Does It Work?

Wapato Revival emphasizes AIS prevention, early detection and rapid response (EDRR), and promotes coordinated efforts across the Willamette Basin using a prioritized approach for management actions; including data collection, restoration, education and outreach efforts.

Why is this
work Important?

A number of stressors are impacting key native fish and wildlife species in the Willamette Basin. These stressors include habitat loss and fragmentation, disruption of floodplain function, water quality, and invasive species. Wapato Revival provides guidance to address the growing threat of aquatic invasive species (AIS) and restoring healthy habitats while improving quality of life for communities throughout the Willamette Basin.


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