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Berggren Watershed Conservation Area

About Berggren Watershed Conservation Area:

Project Proponent: McKenzie River Trust

Year Acquired: 2010

Conservation Values Protected: This property protects conservation values such as riparian forest, comprised of black cottonwood, red alder, big leaf maple, Oregon ash, and western red cedar; dynamic, frequently-flooded floodplain and associated interconnected side channels, and beaver ponds. This property is immediately adjacent to and upstream of Big Island, another Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program property. The protected conservation values provide the following Oregon strategy species important habitat: Chinook salmon, Oregon chub, red-legged frog, and northwestern pond turtle. This area is also categorically designated as critical habitat for ESA-listed Upper Willamette Chinook salmon and steelhead.

Acres: 92

Access: Not open to the public, scheduled tours only

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Contact us

Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program Contact List (pdf)
ODFW Wildlife and Fish Biologist Contact List (pdf)

For more information

Contact Laura Tesler, Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program Coordinator,



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