Oregon Conservation Strategy: Willamette Valley Ecoregion

With the creation of this Oregon Conservation Strategy, by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon has its first overarching state strategy for conserving fish and wildlife. The Conservation Strategy is an effort to use the best available science to create a broad vision and conceptual framework for long-term conservation of Oregon’s native fish and wildlife, as well as various invertebrates and native plants.The Oregon Conservation Strategy provides information about at-risk species and habitats, identifies key issues affecting wildlife and recommends specific actions.

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. 2006. Ecoregions: Willamette Valley in Oregon Conservation Strategy. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Salem, Oregon. P. 234 - 253.