Oregon Conservation Partnership
The Oregon Conservation Partnership includes four distinct organizations – the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts, Oregon Association of Conservation Districts, Network of Oregon Watershed Councils, and Oregon Conservation and Education Assistance Network. Each group has member organizations throughout the state working to conserve clean water clean air, and natural landscapes. Our job at Gard is to build awareness of and support for that work by telling stories throughout the state of how conservation benefits us all, from quality of life to a thriving natural resources economy.
SERVICES: Public relations, strategic communications, messaging.
Selected Recent Media Coverage
The Bulletin | February 7, 2020Guest column: Don't shortchange national conservation fund
The Daily Astorian | November 19, 2019Guest Column: America’s least-known conservation program at risk
East Oregonian | August 10, 2019National Marine Fisheries Service grants $15 million for salmon habitat
Malheur Enterprise | May 24, 2019State grants boost key projects to help water, range improvements
Capital Press | May 23, 2019Small farms, large aspirations
Oregon Live | May 16, 2019Opinion: Congress should continue investing in salmon recovery fund
Columbia County Spotlight | May 3, 2019Columbia County lost 23% of its farmland in 5 years
The Daily Astorian | April 23, 2019Land conservancy pursues Tillamook Head property