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2024 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2022 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2021 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2020 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2019 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2018 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2017 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2016 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2015 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2014 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2013 Habitat Conservation Stamp
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2012 Habitat Conservation Stamp
 

Habitat Conservation Stamp

The Habitat Conservation Stamp program provides a way for all Oregonians to give financial support for native fish and wildlife conservation in Oregon, similar to that of the Upland Game Bird and Waterfowl Stamp programs. The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission recognized this avenue for public support of conservation and adopted rules in 2012 to begin the Habitat Conservation Stamp program.

Through purchasing collector stamps or art prints, Oregonians directly support conservation of our state's most imperiled fish and wildlife and their habitats. Habitat Conservation Stamps and art prints feature Strategy Species identified in the Oregon Conservation Strategy.

Collector stamps can be purchased for just $20 and most signed art prints for $35. Prints signed by the Governor and artist along with a numbered collector's stamp are just $100. Revenue from your purchase helps restore habitats vital to our declining species including wetlands, grasslands, oak woodlands, and ponderosa pine forests.

Buy a Habitat Conservation Stamp or Art Print: Support Native Wildlife

    • Stamps - current year collector stamps.
    • Art prints - 2012 through current year.

2024 Contest Winners

2025 Contest Rules

Entries will be accepted between August 30 and 5 p.m. on September 27, 2024 at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Headquarters, 4034 Fairview Industrial Drive SE, Salem, OR 97302. Please see the Art Contest Rules and Entry form (pdf) for a list of eligible species and details about the contest.

Previous Habitat Conservation Stamp Art Contest Results

Oregon Conservation Strategy

The Oregon Conservation Strategy is our state’s blueprint, or strategy, for conserving native fish and wildlife that are most imperiled. The Strategy recommends voluntary actions and tools for all Oregonians to define their conservation role. Learn more

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