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Wildlife Conservation 

Columbia Basin Conservation District serves as a regional partner working to help conserve wildlife and their habitat.


We assist by:

  • Developing wildlife plans

  • Providing technical assistance and cost-share for wildlife projects

  • Partnering and consulting with agencies on projects and resource concerns

  • Teaching conservation education lessons and activities.



Our current wildlife projects and initiatives include:

  • Partnering with WDFW to construct artificial burrows for burrowing owls at historic locations

  • Partnering with Pheasants Forever, Noxious Weed Control Board of Grant County and WA Department of Fish and Wildlife for circle corners for habitat

  • Coordination of the annual Othello Sandhill Crane Festival

  • Teaching Water on Wheels in our schools and community

  • Developing Trout in the Classroom and Monarch in the Classroom programs.


For wildlife conservation questions or assistance, please don't hesitate to contact ...

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