Oregon Department for Fish and Wildlife

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The Oregon Department for Fish and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are seeking proposals to restore or protect habitat for northwestern pond turtle, northern red-legged frog, foothill yellow-legged frog, American beaver and other native wildlife in the Umpqua River Basin in Douglas County.

Approximately $150,000 in restoration funds are available from a settlement for injuries to natural resources resulting from a 1993 diesel spill that occurred near Yoncalla.

Eligible projects include on-the-ground restoration that enhances or protects existing wildlife habitat, restores former or degraded habitat, or creates new habitat in suitable areas.


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