Mark Reinecke; Garrett Chrostek; Katherine L. Rowe
Bryant, Lovlien & Jarvis PC provides Oregon irrigation districts with cost-effective legal counsel relating to governance, state and federal agencies, permitting, legislation, collections, public contracting, easements, and water rights.
For over 65 years, Clyde Snow has built a reputation as a premier law firm for water matters. We represent clients of all sizes including municipalities, water districts, farmers, ranchers, & private landowners. Our attorneys have experience with all things “water” – adjudications, permitting, transfers, ESA, water quality, agricultural matters, & other adaptive water planning solutions. Clyde Snow is a full-service law firm with offices in Oregon, Utah, and California.
Tim Bernasek; Dan Drazan; Elizabeth Knight; Kate Moore
The members of Dunn Carney’s Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources team have extensive experience working with farmers, ranchers, timberland owners, processors, importers and exporters and their associated industries. We assist our clients most issues affecting agribusiness including property, business, liens, employment, estate planning, land use, water and other natural resource matters.
Holland & Knight’s Public Policy and Regulation Practice Group is one of the top lobbying and regulatory firms working on water and infrastructure issues on behalf of government clients in Washington DC.
Steve Shropshire; Keenan Ordon-Bakalian; Marika Sitz
Jordan Ramis PC is dedicated to the businesses, organizations, and entrepreneurs building & defining the future of the Pacific NW. In addition to focus on Dirt Law® – real estate development, land use, environmental, and construction – the firm is widely recognized as one of the NW’s select law firms with a significant water law and water rights practice. Our water law attorneys work with clients including landowners, developers, businesses, local governments, and financial institutions who contend with the complex legal environment surrounding state and federal water law matters.
Matt Singer; Joe Hobson; Elizabeth Howard; Shonee Lanford
We offer a full range of legal services to meet district needs, with special emphasis on creative and innovative solutions to water rights and water supply needs, environmental compliance and mitigation, and government relations.
Nearly 25 years ago, Somach, Simmons & Dunn PC had a focus on tackling water law & natural resources issues. While the firm solves environmental issues of almost every sort, it remains a focused leader in shaping water law in California and beyond.
David E. Filippi; Kirk B. Maag; Merissa Moeller; Sarah Stauffer Curtiss
One of the largest national firms focused on energy, natural resources, climate change and the environment, and serves the agribusiness, food and beverage, health care, life sciences, & technology industries. It is a leader in regulatory and compliance matters, and business, labor and employment, intellectual property, land use, and real estate development and construction law.
A water resources and agricultural engineering firm with over 24 years of experience. Specializing in services to the irrigation community and soil and water conservation districts in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
Tom Headley, PE, CWRE; William Brackett, PE, CWRE; Matt MacRostie, PE; Matthew Tipton, PE
Founded in Bend, OR, in 1969, Century West Engineering supports communities and districts throughout the Pacific NW by providing civil engineering and planning services. Our dedication to strong client relationships, combined with our ability to apply for and manage state and Federal funding, enables long-term program success through exemplary project performance.
Programs and technologies for irrigation modernization that benefit agriculture, the environment and community. Fish screen technology and services that support the modernization of irrigation infrastructure.
GeoEngineers specializes in crafting unique solutions for a variety of water and natural resources projects. With three offices in Oregon, out team is comprised of experts in water resource engineering, biology, hydrogeology, water rights, fish passage, geomorphology, hydrology, hydraulic/sediment modeling, and natural aquatic system design.
J-U-B Engineers, Inc. is a full service civil engineering firm providing services in planning, engineering, environmental, surveying, public involvement, and construction administration for water resources transportation and land development.
For over 40 years, RH2 Engineering has produced innovative, cost effective, environmentally sensitive, and regulatory consistent solutions for our irrigation district clients throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Advanced Control Systems (ACS) is an engineering, consulting, software integration, and technology support services firm. ACS provides custom, complete and easy to use industrial and business process automation solutions to over 150 clients since 1992.
Alligare provides exceptional service and care for all your aquatic, vegetation management, and range and pasture needs. Our goal is to offer the best possible products at the most economical price. Exclusive suppliers of Magnacide H Herbicide.
Geo-Form provides a patented, heat weldable, ductile lining material for canals, flumes, dams and reservoirs. Geo-Form provides a 20 year limited warranty with a life expectancy of 30+ years. Successfully installed in both the US and Canada.
Based on increasing district, private, and government investments into irrigation and infrastructure modernization, Krah USA was formed to manufacture HDPE pipe in the NW; and is the exclusive manufacturer of Krah process pipe in the Western US. Krah USA provides pipe from 4-inch to 72-inch and potentially up to 196-inch in diameter. Krah USA is a locally owned Oregon firm.
Rubicon Water targets water scarcity by delivering irrigation automation solutions that enable governments, irrigation districts and farmers to manage water resources more efficiently and improve agricultural productivity.
Sierra Controls LLC provides consulting and integration services for canal automation, Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition systems (SCADA), pump control irrigation systems (PCIS), and other related goods and services including manufacturing, programming, service and install.
A Central Oregon municipality that works with local irrigation districts on water issues (HCP, etc) and wants to stay informed and engage with Oregon Water Resources Congress as appropriate on mutual interests.
Clean Water Services is a water resources management utility committed to protecting water resources in the Tualatin River Watershed. As an innovative wastewater and stormwater services provider and a key water resources management agency, it partners with various stakeholders to improve water quality and streamflow for the community and environment.
CREA is an ORS 190 Intergovernmental organization. Members include cities, counties, irrigation districts, project developers, for-profit businesses and non-profit organizations. CREA works with local governments, state and federal agencies, Congress, OPUC and the Legislature to advocate for community renewable energy in Oregon.
Energy Trust information, cash incentives and contractor connections help customers use less energy, generate renewable power and protect the environment. We are a mission-based organization collaborating with utilities, nonprofits and government agencies to deliver significant clean energy benefits for Oregon.
Represent contractors engaged in the construction of utility lines, excavation, site work and trenchless technology. Promotes better relations between contractors and governmental agencies. Works with the OWRC on issues common to both groups.