The Hydraulic Engineering Research Unit has a one of a kind facility and outstanding
staff who conduct research on large scale physical models of hydraulic structures
for flood control, grade stabilization, sediment control, and runoff measurement.
The Oklahoma Mesonet consists of over 110 automated environmental monitoring stations
covering Oklahoma. These stations record environmental measurements every 5 minutes,
24 hours per day year-round. These measurements are then transmitted to a central
facility and made available to the public
The Soil, Water and Forage Analytical Laboratory provides valuable information that
helps citizens protect and utilize their soil, water, animal manure, and forage resources
efficiently and effectively.
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.
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.
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.