Okanogan Highlands Alliance
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A new short video tells the Triple Creek restoration story in a nutshell, from the perspective of the restoration team -- OHA, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Trout Unlimited, and the land stewards. You will also see a bird's eye view of the project!

OHA is working with collaborative partners to restore the stream and wetland, to improve habitat and wetland function. Learn more about our restoration efforts by clicking below.


Highland Wonders

Highland Wonders is a monthly education series featuring the natural history of the Okanogan Highlands and surrounding areas. Our next indoor program will take place January 3, 2020.

Mine Monitoring

Buckhorn Mine: The Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) has the responsibility to uphold the mine's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. OHA has suggested corrective actions that would increase the understanding of the contaminant flows at the mine site and lead to long-term solutions to the water quality problems on Buckhorn Mountain. Learn more about our efforts by clicking the button below.

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OHA is working to...

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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About OHA

Learn more about Okanogan Highlands Alliance by browsing through our history, timelines, and past newsletters.

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Learn more about the Okanogan Highlands from our education series, Highland Wonders, and other OHA Educational Programs.

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OHA restores several locations in the Okanogan Highlands so they can continue to be enjoyed for years to come.


Mine Monitoring

Learn more about the past and present advocacy efforts to protect the quality of Highland ecosystems and water.

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