Author: Janelle Wicks

Visitor's Blog Articles

Malheur: Seeking Balance

By Julie Burchstead Cover: Avocets and Yellow-headed Blackbird in Marshall Pond by Julie Burchstead As a girl, growing up in NW Oregon, curious about all

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Conservation

Cheatgrass

Written by Peter Pearsall/Photo by Jennifer Strickland/USFWS Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) got its start on American soil in the 1890s, transported from its native Eurasia in

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Conservation

Playas of the Interior West

Written by Peter Pearsall/Photo of Lake Abert by Pavlina Slezak The Spanish word playa means “beach”, “shore”, or “seacoast”. Somehow, in the arid West, the

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Conservation

Snowy Plovers at Malheur Refuge

Written by Peter Pearsall/Photo of snowy plover and chick at Harney Lake by Dan Streiffert The sparrow-sized snowy plover is North America’s smallest plover species

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FOMR News & Updates

Joan Lehman Memorial Art Show

The Joan Lehman Memorial Art Show is supporting the AiR Program which brings art and science education to the youth of Harney County. Donate today!

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