Shrub-Steppe Restoration and Monitoring on Hanford Reach National Monument
Grant County, Washington
USFWS aims to rehabilitate shrub-steppe habitat on the Hanford Reach National Monument, one of the last remaining large blocks of shrub-steppe ecosystem in Columbia River Basin. It is timely and vitally important to improve degraded areas by plantingseedlings, native grasses and forbs and treat invasive annual grasses to reduce the impacts of , habitat fragmentation, wildfire, and .
Department of Energy, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Washington Shrub Steppe Restoration and Resiliency Initiative, Washington Natural Heritage Program, and Washington Rare Plant Care and Conservation