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IN HARNEY COUNTY, WE TALK A LOT ABOUT COLLABORATION—BECAUSE IT WORKS. 

By working together we've found practical ways to tackle some of our community's hardest challenges—restoring forests and wetlands, mitigating wildfire, creating opportunities for youth, and growing our local economy. And we'll continue working together to take on whatever challenges may lie ahead. Learn About High Desert Partnership. 



Partnership News

While the proliferation of carp has received much attention over the years, a new two-year study will look at the lack of emergent vegetation and try to determine the best way to foster the growth of bulrushes, cattails and other vegetation in Malheur Lake with the end goal being clearer water that is more attractive to birds and other wildlife.

We don’t build connections and strengthen the fabric of our community by holding meetings, we do it by building connections one person at a time.

After doing some work in the Pueblo Mountains, this is the Harney County Wildfire Collaborative’s second major project.

The Mentor Match Teen Entrepreneur Program kicks off its second year September 2020.