Water Quality Division
The Oklahoma Conservation Commission's Water Quality Division is responsible for identifying waters impaired by nonpoint source pollution, which is pollution that comes from multiple sources, such as pesticides, fertilizers, sediment, and animal waste. Once problems are identified, we work to prioritize and implement projects to reduce the pollutants and improve water quality. The map below shows the locations of streams we monitor. Click on a square on the map for a summary of the information collected on that particular stream. Visit our monitoring page to learn more about how and why we do stream assessments, and the types of data we collect.
Oklahoma's Interactive Stream Health Map