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Oregon Conservation Strategy

ODFW recently completed a 10-year update of the Oregon Conservation Strategy as required by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission approved the update at its Sept. 4 meeting for submission to the USFWS October 1. The USFWS requires updates every 10 years.

The Strategy revision included significant public involvement. ODFW staff reached out to more than 200 technical experts, tribal biologists, and agency representatives and more than 100 ODFW biologists for input and updated information on fish, wildlife, and their habitats. Staff also gave many briefings and presentations at natural resource conferences throughout the state.

ODFW convened an advisory committee that reviewed updated content and offered guidance to keep the content and format relevant to partner organizations. The committee included representatives from outdoor interest groups, agriculture and forestry, conservation organizations, the travel industry, governments and professional societies.

We thank everyone who contributed ideas for actions needed to protect Oregon’s fish, wildlife and habitats. Upon USFWS approval, ODFW will announce how to access the updated Strategy online.

In the meantime, the 2005 Strategy remains posted online.

Habitat Conservation Stamp Purchases & Art Contest

Pallid BatStamp and Poster Purchases

2017 Habitat Conservation Stamp Art Contest Information & Rules

Introducing: Compass, a first-of-its-kind online data and planning tool.

CompassThis interactive map portrays crucial fish and wildlife habitats.

Compass website

Sale of Duck Pond wine benefits ODFW Conservation Program

Conservation CuveeDuck Pond Cellars donating $5 from the sale of each bottle of Conservation Cuve.

Unique blends of pinot noir, Conservation Cuvee can be purchased at Duck Pond Cellars, through its website, and at select restaurants and wine shops.

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For more information about ODFW nongame programs and Threatened and Endangered and Sensitive Species, please visit the Wildlife Conservation Web page.


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