Access and Habitat Program (A&H)
Habitat Resources Program
ODFW Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program
The Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration also known as the Pittman-Robertson (PR) program supports the operation and maintenance of 14 major wildlife areas across the state. Two additional wildlife areas funded by license dollars are also managed by this program and together the 16 areas encompass approximately 200,000 acres where over 2 million recreational use-days are recorded annually. The program also supports seven regional habitat programs designed to provide technical assistance to public land managers and private landowners to enhance and protect wildlife habitats on public and private lands across the state.
The Western Oregon Stream Restoration Program (WOSRP) provides direct technical support to Watershed Councils and private landowners in western Oregon to implement Oregon Plan measures directing the restoration and enhancement of Oregon’s salmonid habitats in the region. This includes projects to increase instream habitat complexity by adding large wood or boulders, enhancing riparian areas by protection or planting, and correcting fish passage problems. The program is the continuation of the productive public-private partnership, which has been ongoing since 1995.