Oregon Agencies (OAH) - Simplified

Becky Haddad
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Becky Haddad
Created by Becky Haddad 7 months ago
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Oregon Agencies (OAH) - Simplified
1.1 Mission: Ensure healthy natural resources, environment, and economy for Oregonians now and in the future through inspection and certification, regulation, and promotion of agriculture and food (ODA Strategic Plan)
1.2 Vision: Serve the changing needs of Oregon's diverse agricultural and food sectors to maintain and enhance a healthy natural resource base and strong economy in rural and urban communities across the state (ODA Strategic Plan)
1.3 Key Objectives
1.3.1 Key Objective 3: Embrace a culture of collaboration (ODA Strategic Plan) Complete an inventory and review of partnerships to evaluate opportunities for improvement and expansion Complete an inventory and review of partnerships to evaluate opportunities for improvement and expansion
1.3.2 Key Objective 7: Stive for Clear, Concise, and Inclusive Communication (ODA Strategic Plan) Increased compliance Increases support Increased awareness
1.4 Requires CAFOs to meet both state water quality standards as well as the federal Clean Water Act (UO Review)
1.5 ORS. 468.140: authorizes ODA to enforce a civil penalty up to $500 a day for failure to comply with or a violation of a CAFO permit
2.1 Report to Department of State Lands regarding mitigation action (196.635)
2.2 Mission: Be a leader in restoring, maintaining, and enhancing the quality of Oregon's air, land and water
2.3 Authorized by the EPA to implement federal environmental programs in Oregon
2.3.1 Clean Air Act
2.3.2 Clean Water Act Court Case: Center for Biological Diversity vs US EPA Claim: “EPA has failed to finalize rulemaking, identify OR’s impaired marine water zones as required by law Courts have power to “compel agency action unlawfully withheld or unreasonably delayed,” i.e., to force the DEQ to take more stringent mitigation efforts 319 Provides grants for nonpoint source projects in which states are able to match 40% of the budget (UO Review) Designates No Discharge Zones (NDZs) when state or EPA determine an issue or to create a drinking water intake (UO Review)
2.4 Water Quality Programs
2.4.1 Collect water quality data and maintain water monitoring portal
2.4.2 Oregon Ocean Monitoring Group
2.4.3 Developing TMDLs
2.4.4 Take actions necessary for the state to comply with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. May force ODA to perform "any federal regulations or guidelines issues pursuant to the Act, relating to the control and prevention of water pollution from livestock and other animal-based agriculture operations (ORS. 468B.035)
2.5 ORS 196.408.2: State agencies with responsibility for oil spill and hazardous material response, damage assessment and compensation in marine environment shall, to the maximum extent practicable, coordinate Oregon's plans, programs, policies and techniques with those of adjacent states
3.1 Manages expenses thru appropriated funds (196.572.b7)
3.2 Provides support staff to coordinating council (196.572.b8)
3.3 Identify actions and initiatives to address vulnerabilities (196.573.b)
3.4 Report to Department of State Lands regarding mitigation action (196.635)
3.5 Mission: protect and enhance Oregon's fish and wildlife and their habitats for use and enjoyment by present and future generations
3.6 Policies
3.6.1 State Food Fish Management Policy
3.6.2 Wildlife Policy
3.6.3 Oregon Conservation Strategy
3.6.4 Oregon Nearshore Strategy This document is a strategic guide in terms of how ODFW time and effort should be spent specifically on issues within the three mile coastal zone Nearshore Recommendation 10: “Promote use of climate change information in management decision making and policy development in statewide, regional, and global arenas…” Incorporate climate change and climate resilience into long term decision making processes Partnership required: state and federal management agencies, university scientists, NGOS, and industry representatives.
3.6.5 Fish, Wildlife, and Habitat Subcommittee of the Oregon Global Warming Commission
3.6.6 Oregon Climate Adaptation Framework
3.6.7 Oregon Shellfish Task Force
3.6.8 Oregon Coordinating Council on Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia
3.6.9 International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification
3.7 Research and Monitoring
3.7.1 Fisheries harvest and species abundance for stock assessments, conservation, and impacts analysis
3.7.2 Coordinates oceanographic information Inventory chemical, physcial, and bioloical data to inform management and adaption to OAH Oregon Ocean Acidification Monitoring Group Pacific Coast Collaborative West Coast OAH Monitoring Inventory Marine Reserves Program ORS 196.540: adopting rules to establish, study, monitor, evaluate and enforce: (a) A marine reserve and two marine protected areas at Cape Falcon; (b) A marine reserve and three marine protected areas at Cascade Head; and (c) A marine reserve, two marine protected areas and a seabird protection area at Cape ORS 196.540: Implement recommendations from OPAC Monitoring, sampling, research, and management of commercial and recreational marine fisheries Sustainable ocean use and conservation research, management, and policy Impacts analysis for human development projects and activities
3.8 Partnered with EPA to take on acidification in estuaries harming clam and crab fisheries
4.1 Houses OR Coastal Management Program
4.1.1 Administers Coastal Goals Statewide Planning Goal 19 Ocean Resources Goal
4.1.2 Mission: To work in partnership with local governments, state and federal agencies, and other stakeholders to foster livable, resilient communities by ensuring that coastal and ocean resources are managed, conserved and developed consistent with OR's coastal program authorities
4.2 Mission: To help communities and citizens plan for, protect, and improve the built and natural systems that provide a high quality of life. In partnership with citizens and local governments, we foster sustainable and vibrant communities and protect our natural resources legacy
4.3 Policy Development
4.3.1 Coordinated through Territorial Sea Plan Established through Oregon Ocean Resources Management Program (ORS 196.475) OPAC
4.4 Provides staffing for:
4.4.1 OPAC ORS 196.420.6: Ensure that OPAC will work closely with coastal local governments to incorporate in its activities coastal local government and resident concerns, coastal economic stability and expertise of coastal residents ORS 196.438: Consists of: Non-voting designee (ORS 196.438) DEQ ODFW DLCD ODPR ODA OSU Governing body member from coastal counties coastal city officials Representation from coastal fisheries, marine navigation, coastal conservation, Oregon Indian Tribes, Coastiwde organization, Statewide conservation, two representatives of the public ORS 196.455: may invite federal agencies with responsibility for the study and management of ocean resources or regulation of ocean activities to designate a liaison to the council to attend council meetings, respond to council requests for technical and policy information and review draft plan materials prepared by the council.
4.4.2 LCDC
4.4.3 Other agencies working on Goal 19
4.5 Coordinates with
4.5.1 ODFW
4.5.2 ODA
4.5.3 ODF
4.5.4 ODPR
4.5.5 ODSL
4.6 ORS 196.408.3: State agencies which have jurisdiction over water areas, teh seabed and resources adjacent to offshore rocks and islands may coordinate with adjacent states and federal agencies to develop programs and regulations to manage uses and activiites of ocean areas adjacent to coastal cliffs and offshore rocks and islands managed within the National Wildlife Refuge System.
4.7 ORS 196.565: Provides "home" for: Oregon Ocean Science Trust
4.8 Oregon Coastal Water Quality (Non-point pollution control program)
4.8.1 DEQ
4.8.2 ODA
5.1 Collaborates with many state agencies and provides leadership on initiatives that require coordination
5.2 Liason between Governor and tribes, local governments, federal agencies, Congress, etc. on natural/environmental issues
6 ORS 196.408: State agencies shall, to the maximum extent practicable, coordinate development of coastal and ocean information systems with those in adjacent states
7 Legislation
7.1 SB 260: Appropriates moneys from General fund to:
7.1.1 ODFW
7.1.2 Oregon Ocean Science Trust
7.2 HB 2020: Establishes Carbon Policy Office within Oregon Department of Administrative Services and directs Director of Carbon Policy Office to adopt Oregon Climate Action Program rule
7.3 SB 1039: Declares state policy on OAH. Establishes Oregon Coordinating Council on Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia
7.3.1 Members ODFW ODA DEQ DLCD OSU OPAC Tribes Oregon Ocean Science Trust
7.3.2 West Coast OAH Science Panel, 2016 Report Created by MOU with California State Natural Resources Agency and GNRO (MOU, 2013)
7.3.3 Oregon OAH Council Report, 2018  Keep legislators and policy makers up to date on the science, impacts of and solutions for OAH (Action 4.2.a)  Develop high-level policy guidance for the state’s government agencies on prioritizing OAH in agency workload (Action 5.1.1) 4) Raise awareness of OAH science, impacts, and solutions. Identify and advance opportunities to raise awareness of and communicate OAH science, impacts, and mitigation solutions.

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