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Converting the Lawns into Diverse Landscapes

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is experiencing the negative effects of extended drought and landscape scale climate change. Some of the issues that are having immediate and significant effects comprise of drying springs, stressed and dying trees, and capacity challenges to the domestic well that services our buildings.

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New Toilets at Malheur Refuge

Written by Peter Pearsall/Photo by Ed Moulton, Refuge Maintenance Supervisor The unsung heroes at Malheur Refuge are its maintenance staff. These hardworking Refuge employees ensure

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A New Look for Malheur

Written by Carey Goss, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Specialist/Photos by USFWS On your next visit to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, you can expect to be

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