We no longer use the ArcView-based application!
In fact, we no longer use IRDA at all -- aquatic restoration project data
has moved into corporate data warehouses at the US Forest Service
and Bureau of Land Management.
The Interagency Restoration Database (IRDA) was developed to meet Interagency information tracking needs in restoring aquatic systems.
The goals of IRDA were:
Data was collected from USFS and BLM units by district starting in 1999 and continuing through 2007 for the Forest Service. After entering data into a small database application, each unit/district would send their data to the Regional Ecosystem Office (REO) where it was checked and assembled into a seamless dataset for Washington, Oregon, and Northern California.
Check out the IRDA data using one of the following methods.
A series of maps was produced showing restoration activities in the Pacific Northwest using 1998-2001 IRDA data. These maps were developed in coordination with the US Forest Service in order to identify Aquatic Restoration projects for each 3rd Level Basin in the Pacific Northwest. The intent of this exercise was:
These are the best available copies!
Aquatic restoration treatment and cost data from IRDA has been included in various reports and publications, primarily in partnership with the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board and Washington Department of Natural Resources. Information derived from IRDA is included in the OSU Oregon Explorer sites.
Questions or comments regarding the Interagency Restoration Database?
J Edmonds: (503)808-2872 or firstname.lastname@example.org