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OSU Water Programs & Services

OSU Water Programs & Services


This site includes water-related topics useful for anyone, especially those involved in 4-H. Visit

Intensive Financial Management and Planning Support (IFMAPS)

Oklahoma farmers and ranchers can call on the IFMAPS program to receive free, confidential assistance in farm business planning. Visit

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension county offices enhance DASNR's commitment to Oklahoma communities, where county based Extension educators work side-by-side with residents to address local issues and concerns. Visit

Oklahoma's Master Gardener Program

Master Gardener Program is a volunteer training program conducted by University Extension designed to help county extension centers meet the demands for consumer horticulture information.

Oklahoma's Master Naturalist Program

Adults with an interest in nature learn about the state’s diverse natural resources through a series of one-day workshops.

Oklahoma State Beef Extension

Drought Information and Resources including calculators, maps, articles, and links to other pages. Visit

OSU Botanic Garden

In addition to beautiful and water-wise plantings, the OSU Botanic Garden has several demonstartion sites including an Onsite Wastewater Treatment System, a Mesonet station, and Low Impact Development installations such as rainwater harvesting systems, pervious pavement, and bioretention cells. Visit

Pesticide Disposal

Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is funding a yearly program to collect and properly dispose of unwanted pesticides that farmers, commercial applicators, or dealers have. Visit

Soil, Water and Forage Analytical Laboratory

SWFAL provides valuable information that helps citizens protect and utilize their soil, water, animal manure, and forage resources efficiently and effectively. Visit

Stream Trailer Program

Stream stewardship to avoid bank erosion and other problems is taught using six stream trailers housed in different locations across the state Visit


SunUp is your place for Oklahoma agriculture. We are dedicated to helping farmers and ranchers do their jobs better and more efficiently. Visit

Think Water (Indoor/Outdoor Water Conservation)

The Oklahoma City Utilities Department has partnered with the OSU Extension Service and the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture to promote conservation through proper outdoor watering and drought-tolerant landscaping. Visit

Waste Management Engineering

A web site that discusses ways to use "undervalued byproducts." Waste management entails materials handling, systems operations, and waste treatment.