The number of jobs supported through our direct efforts
Over $1 million put back into our economy each year from our programs
Over 11,000 acres taken care of each year by reducing the threat of weeds, reducing wildfire risk, and improving wildlife habitat
Each year we get over 500 kids outside and learning about Wallowa County
Friday WREN will run September 30 to November 11 this fall for 5-8th graders. Lots of great classes. You can sign up for one or all. See the Friday Classes here. Registration is open. To participate, you must register by Thursday, September 22. If you have any questions, contact Amy Busch.
We are seeking a dynamic individual to join our team and fill the Wallowa Canyonlands Partnership Coordinator position. This position gets the opportunity to oversee over 1.3 million acres of cooperative weed management. Deadline to apply is September 26.
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We created a shared vision with our community for taking care of the land and water. Learn how we are putting this idea into practice.
Each year we get over 500 youth outside and learning about Wallowa County. We offer a range of programs for all ages.
By working across state lines, the Wallowa Canyonlands Partnership (WCP) has treated more than 17,980 acres in Oregon and Washington.