The StreamNet Library houses a large collection of natural resource related books, journals, reports, electronic media and other publications, and is one of the largest libraries of fish and wildlife material related to the Columbia Basin and the greater Pacific Northwest. 

 

Immediate need for library volunteers!  We are creating a virtual library and archiving old documents. If you are interested in assisting with this rather large project, contact the StreamNet Librarian. College credit can be arranged.

The StreamNet Library is a full service library and includes materials relating to the fish and wildlife resources of the Pacific Northwest, with special attention to anadromous fisheries in the Columbia Basin. The Library places particular emphasis on less commonly available “gray” literature. Library services include reference, referral, database searching, inter-library lending, and document delivery. Source documents for all data in StreamNet are available through the Library. 

 

You can search the library catalog online or browse our collection in person! If you are unable to find a document in the catalog, please call or email the Library and we will make every effort to get you the information required. The library serves local, state, and federal managers and researchers, but it is also open to the public on all business days.

 

Library Location:

700 N.E. Multnomah Street, Suite 1200

Portland, OR 97232