Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project

Since our inception in 1991 in rural eastern Oregon, our mission has been to protect, defend, and restore the natural ecosystems of the Blue Mountains and eastern Oregon Cascades bioregions. Our efforts include proactive public education on ecological issues, forest surveys and documentation of proposed public lands projects (timber sales, road building, livestock grazing, herbicide and biocide programs, etc.), training, ongoing involvement in public lands policy management decisions, and litigation in federal courts to protect the biodiversity and ecological integrity of the region.
The Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project now covers four National Forests - the Umatilla, Malheur, Ochoco, and Deschutes - and the Prineville BLM District. We reach public audiences and activists across th Pacific Northwest and nationally with our outreach on threats to biodiversity in the Blue Mountains bioregion, strategy ideas addressing root causes of these threats, and activist skills trainings.

Fossil , OR
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