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Seeking Cooperative Agriculture Agreement Applicants

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking agricultural producers for three, separate Cooperative Agriculture Agreements at William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge near Corvallis, Oregon. The producer will farm land on the refuge for a period of five years as a Cooperator with the Service. Applicants must fill out applicable portions of FWS Form 3-1383-C and supplemental application questions for each of the three, sperate parcels. The applicants must address in their application how the applicant will meet the criteria outlined in the announcement specific to the parcel of land for which they are applying. Click each of the following links to read the announcements and apply to be a Cooperator: 870, 798, and 17 acres parcels.

The Pacific region is committed to collaborating with our numerous partners, including Tribes and state, local and federal agencies, Native Hawaiians, and Indigenous Pacific Island communities.

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The Pacific Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service spans one ocean, four states and multiple territories. We work with partners to protect thousands of species of birds, fish, animals, and the places they live.

We wake up across the international date line on Wake Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, nearly 2,000 miles southeast of Tokyo. The sun rises for us again on the Idaho border where elk and sage-grouse roam, and finally sets on the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and Battle of Midway National Memorial. 

Our regional office is in Portland, Oregon. The leadership team for the Pacific Region includes a regional director and several assistant regional directors. 

The Pacific Region includes: American Samoa; Guam; Hawaii; Idaho; Northern Mariana Islands; Oregon; and Washington.

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