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  • Oregon White Oak Habitat - A Southwest Washington Legacy

    If you would like to restore or enhance your Oregon White Oak and prairie habitat, assistance is available through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). This important habitat type is quickly vanishing in Washington and conservation on private lands is critical. Planners with the NRCS can assist you in developing management plans to maintain or restore the habitat you have and cost incentives are available for some projects through the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP). For more information please contact:  

    Anitra Gorham
    Longview Field Office

    For more information on Oak & Prairie restoration: