The Places We Protect

Protecting and Restoring Rivers and Watersheds in the West
Much of our work has impacts beyond a single state. For example, our work on the Aquatic Conservation Strategy involves federal land in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California. Efforts to secure increased federal funding for roads remediation will improve lands across all five states in which we work.
Our work in Oregon includes efforts to protect the Oregon coast coho, Oregon's federal forests, the Elliott State Forest, the Tillamook State Forest, the North Umpqua River, and the Clackamas River, and a road assessment project in Sucker Creek.
Our work in Washington includes projects to improve forest practices on state and private lands and to increase federal funding for improving and decommissioning federal forest roads.
In Idaho, our projects include working to improve forest practices on nonfederal lands and forest planning on federal forests.
Western Montana
Our work in Montana includes efforts to improve federal forest planning and to protect Rock Creek from damaging mining.
Northern California
Our work in California includes efforts to improve aquatic protections in the Sierra Nevada, to secure an adequate critical habitat designation for red-legged frogs, and to address the harmful impacts of California's fish stocking program.
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