The Nature Conservancy thinks I am a financial supporter of their projects and that is furthest from the truth, but I also signed up as a doctor. We have to monitor this NGO, so we can determine how much land they plan on aquiring. Check out the slideshow of the 33,000 acres now in the ownership of the Conservancy....Rob T.
Oregon Grasslands: Crucial for Wildlife Survival
Since 2000, The Nature Conservancy has acquired 33,000 acres of the Zumwalt Prairie thanks to supporters like you.
We're inspired by your generosity and are thrilled to report that 4,400 acres was designated a National Natural Landmark this year. View this slideshow for a behind the scenes look at the prairie.
Zumwalt Prairie is a vast, high-altitude landscape that supports one of the most significant populations of nesting raptors in the west, along with ground-nesting songbirds, elk, cougar, badgers and coyotes. Even gray wolves have been sighted here.
Partnerships with local ranchers and communities, science and stewardship all help shape the future of Oregon's grasslands.
Yours in conservation,
Director of Philanthropy, Oregon Chapter
The Nature Conservancy
The Bandon Marsh Mosquito Farm
CCT---The Mosquito Survey of Impacts and Damages
CCT---Bandon Marsh Mosquito Meeting September 21, 2013
BOC---Town Hall on the Bandon Marsh Mosquito Source Control September 6, 2013
USFWS---Public Responses to the Bandon Marsh Mosquito Invasion
Letter to Mr. Lowe of the USFWS about the Bandon Marsh Mosquitoe Problem
Department of Interior---Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations AKA The Coquilles
USFWS---Bandon Marsh Expansion Meeting Friday August 30, 2013
OPRD---Bandon Dunes Exchange Proposal Meeting August 16, 2013