The Habitat Restoration Program creates and manages habitat for plants and wildlife. Our goal is to restore Pacific Northwest habitats by conducting on-the-ground restoration, developing ecologically appropriate seed sources, cultivating partnerships that promote regional conservation, and advancing innovative and research-based restoration techniques. We also develop and implement site specific management and restoration plans.
Examples of projects we conduct include:
- Habitat restoration in Willamette Valley prairies to support wildlife, pollinators, and endangered species
- Restoration of coastal grasslands to support at-risk butterflies, such as the Oregon Silverspot
- Partnering with local tribes to conduct restoration that includes culturally significant plants
- Contribute to the recovery of threatened and endangered species through their reintroduction, including propagation or captive rearing, release into wild sites, and follow-up monitoring
- Host the Willamette Valley Native Plant Materials Cooperative to support local habitat restoration
- Control and suppress the spread of invasive species through local eradication and broader partnerships
You can view all Habitat Restoration Program reports.
Please contact us if you have any questions or wish to form a partnership.