New online Registry
Helps to track conservation projects
When you are trying to help native frogs or restoring grasslands or enabling fish passage to spawning grounds, do you ever wonder who else is working in your area and what they are doing?
The Registry, which was born of a desire to capture the work being done in support of the Oregon Conservation Strategy and other state’s wildlife action plans, recently went live. The best way to
understand how the Registry can help you is to vist the Web site and look around.
To learn more, please visit the ODFW Web site.