The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in central Oregon is home to the High Desert Partnership, a diverse group of ranchers, federal agency scientists and environmentalists representing more than 30 organizations. Since 2006, partners have launched restoration projects on 200,000 acres to benefit the wetlands that have historically supported hundreds of thousands of migratory birds.
The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in central Oregon is home to the High Desert Partnership, a diverse group of ranchers, federal agency scientists and environmentalists representing more than 30 organizations. Since 2006, partners have launched restoration projects on 200,000 acres to benefit the wetlands that have historically supported hundreds of thousands of migratory birds. Katherine Jones The Idaho Statesman
The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in central Oregon is home to the High Desert Partnership, a diverse group of ranchers, federal agency scientists and environmentalists representing more than 30 organizations. Since 2006, partners have launched restoration projects on 200,000 acres to benefit the wetlands that have historically supported hundreds of thousands of migratory birds. Katherine Jones The Idaho Statesman

Irony of Malheur refuge occupation seen in collaboration over federal land

December 04, 2016 06:00 AM

UPDATED December 04, 2016 06:00 AM

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