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Oregon Partners

  • Willamette Valley oaks. Photo by Bruce Taylor, Defenders of Wildlife.
  • Bay Ocean view. Photo by Bruce Taylor.
  • Buck and pole aspen enclosure, Malheur National Forest. Photo by Cindy Kranich.
  • Bull trout, Salvelinus confluentus, in the upper McKenzie River, Oregon. Photo by Dave Bickford.
  • Mountain big sagebrush, Eastern Oregon. Photo by Bruce Taylor.

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Recently Added Projects in Oregon

Soap Creek
Added: Sat. Nov. 14, 2015

Added: Sat. Nov. 14, 2015

Lone Star
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Little Willamette
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Willamette Bluffs
Added: Sat. Nov. 14, 2015

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Watershed Connections connects schools and Tualatin River NWR

December 10, 2012

Student at Watershed Connections Alternative Outdoor School in Wetzel Woods, 2012. Grant from Metro’s Nature in Neighborhoods connected local schools and Friends of the Tualatin National Wildlife Refuge


Baskett Slough Oaks update

September 11, 2012

Fender's blue butterfly. The largest population of this endangered species lives on Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge. Oak habitat metric testing successful on Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge's oak savanna site, home of the endangered Fender's blue butterfly.


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Oregon Statistics

  • Last Update: Sat. Nov. 14, 2015
  • Number of Projects: 12482
  • Number of Project Sites: 28816
  • Conservation Actions: 22241
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Conservation Registry users span the entire United States. To serve states that prefer targeted access to their projects, the Registry offers state portals. This dashboard view filters all data and functions to your state. Browsing, searching and reporting functions are customized to your specifications. Additional layers of information can be added, but we start with habitat types and state funding programs. Contact Kassandra for more information.