Conservation Agreements are mechanisms under the Endangered Species Act that address the needs of fish, wildlife, and plant species through creative partnerships designed to reduce conflicts between endangered species and private land management or development.
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Eco-Logical
Business Program- Goal of program is to prevent
and minimize pollution generated by small businesses.
Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds Oregon Plan-
Information on what you can do at home, at work, and as a business
owner to become a partner in the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds.
Information on USFWS Programs
Habitat Conservation Plans
A process designed to offset any harmful effects a proposed activity might have
on wildlife species while allowing development to proceed.
Safe Harbor Agreements
Voluntary agreements that benefit endangered and threatened species while giving
the andowners assurances from additional restrictions.
Cadidate Conservation Agreements with Assurances
Formal agreements between
the USFWS and non-federal landowners that address the conservation needs of
species at risk of being federally listed for protection under the Endangered Species Act. The agreements provide non-federal
landowners with additional incentives for engaging in voluntary proactive
conservation. (Fact Sheet)
Craig Rowland, Supervisor
Conservation Partnerships Division USFWS-Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office
2600 SE 98th Avenue, Suite 100
Portland, Oregon 97266