Fourmile Creek Wet Meadow Enhancement Project

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Elko, Nevada

Project Description

The Reno Fish and Wildlife Office Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program will work with a large ranch in Elko County, Nevada, to manage livestock grazing along creek that is important for both livestock management and wildlife. This project will enhance up to 1.4 miles of stream and an associated 200 acres of wet meadows (mesic habitat) using fencing, offsite water development, and instream process-based restoration.


Private landowners

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