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November 15, 2023

Oregon acquires over 15,000 acres of wildlife and riparian habitat

Photo by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, David Jensen [enlarge]
A 2021 report named the Minam River the second-most ecologically important river in Oregon because of its water quality, recreational value, and ability to support rare or at-risk species.

Oregon's publicly owned and accessible wildlife and riparian habitat just grew to the tune of 15,573 acres following the Department of Fish and Wildlife's (ODFW) recent acquisition of portions of the Minam River Wildlife Area in the northeast of the state.

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