The OHA Board of Directors is happy to announce their decision to hire Jennifer (Jen) Weddle and Sarah Kliegman, as Co-Directors to lead our community-based nonprofit.
The diversity of landscapes in the Okanogan is showcased by the Virginia Lilly Trail. This summer, OHA volunteers re-opened this four-mile hiking trail in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
Minimize watershed impacts associated with the Buckhorn Mine operations & exploration
Continuously improve the ecological health of the Okanogan Highlands
Increase community awareness and involvement in watershed issues
OHA is committed to protecting and restoring wetlands in the Okanogan Highlands, and there are a variety of areas that you can become involved in. You can help OHA protect, restore and preserve the Okanogan Highlands by becoming involved in OHA’s mine monitoring, education and/or restoration programs.
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