Investing in People and the Land for 20 Years
For 20 years, we have enhanced opportunities on our forests and grasslands while caring for the land and water for future generations. Thriving rural communities must have strong education opportunities, a commitment to taking care of the land and water, and diverse, locally owned businesses. We work with public and private partners to foster Wallowa County's vibrancy for years to come. We do this by stopping the threat of weeds, teaching our kids, and working with others to collectively manage our lands.