The 9,243 property is both an ecological linchpin and part of the Tribes’ original reservation.
News Category: Okanogan Working for Wildlife
Inclusion of full funding for Okanogan Valley wildlife crossings in the Forward Washington transportation projects spending package is a huge accomplishment
WILD NW Action Alert #317: Contact state legislators and urge them to include $18 million to complete the Safe Passage 97 project.
We renovated Janis Bridge to serve as a wildlife undercrossing and are installing fencing along Highway 97 to keep deer and motorists safe.
Coordinated by Conservation Northwest and enabled by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, to protect wildlife habitat, working lands and natural heritage in the diverse landscape of the Okanogan Valley and Kettle River Mountain Range.