Wetland Restoration Program
Wildlife-friendly fencing surrounds a highlands pond, protecting the water and fragile banks from livestock impacts.
OHA’s Wetland Restoration Program For Landowners helps property owners in the Okanogan Highlands reach their conservation goals on privately owned land.
Funding Requests, up to $1500 will be considered for projects that:
Approved applicants will be reimbursed for costs associated with their wetland restoration or protection project, up to the approved amount.
Application Window Closes: March 31, 2023
Funding Announcements By: April 30, 2023
In April, 2022, OHA’s board approved an application for reimbursement for Wauconda landowner, Lee Johnson. After the Walker Fire (2021) burned through the area, destroying the fence around a 25-acre wetland and forest fringe, Lee prioritized fence rebuilding in order to allow the delicate habitat to begin to recover. For more background on Lee’s Wauconda wetland, click here.
OHA’s Landowner Wetland Protection and Restoration support projects are approved on a case-by-case basis, and can provide up to $1,500 per approved project. Contact OHA by clicking the button below to find out whether your restoration project might be eligible for this program.
Protecting, restoring and preserving the biodiversity of our local highlands.
Helpful and education information, documents, programs, links, and more
Current restoration projects on location to protect & preserve our local highlands