State funds $3.3 million in conservation projects

OREGON – The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board voted Tuesday to grant more than $16 million to 113 voluntary conservation projects throughout Oregon – supporting clean rivers, fish and wildlife habitat, open space, and water conservation.

The Oregon Conservation Partnership is a collaboration of the Network of Oregon Watershed Councils, Oregon Association of Conservation Districts, Oregon Conservation Education & Assistance Network and Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts to support Oregon’s thriving and important voluntary conservation community.

Source: State funds $3.3 million in C.O. conservation projects – KTVZ

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