- OSU Extension - the largest grassroots educational organization in Oregon.
- Your local Watershed Council is a locally organized, voluntary, non-regulatory group established to improve the conditions of the watershed.
- Soil and Water Conservation Districts - Oregon has 46 Soil and Water Conservation Districts (at least one per county). They provide technical assistance, educational outreach, and other conservation services to landowners, managers, and citizens.
- Cooperative Weed Management Areas - Currently there are 27 Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMA) in Oregon. While their structure in Oregon varies from small landowner groups focusing on a specific project to full fledged multi-agency organizations with $750,000 budgets, all are local organizations that bring together landowners and land managers to coordinate action and share expertise and resources to manage common weed species.
- Non-Profit Organizations - Too many to list in Oregon, local organizations work hard to remove invasive species.
Leaders in the state include SOLVE, The Nature Conservancy, and others.
- State and local parks