Conservation Stories

Fall Fieldbook 2023
Washington farmland conserved, our science-based approach to stewardship, and welcoming Susanna Summers
New Conservation Report

Our 2022-2023 Conservation Report is here! We are excited to share highlights from all that we accomplished last year and offer glimpses of the incredible impact to come. In 2022 we conserved 1,230 acres of the region’s most important natural places—old forests, oak habitats, and essential salmon spawning sites—including an 820-acre project over 20 years in…

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The Importance of Oaks
New Funding Will Allow ECOP to Advance Conservation, Stewardship, Outreach, and Monitoring on Oregon White Oak Landscapes