Shrub-Steppe Restoration for Fire and Climate Resilience on Hanford Reach National Monument
Benton County, Washington
Approximately 300 acres of(cheatgrass and Russian thistle) treatment and 100 acres of revegetation to restore native habitats, increase fire resiliency, and protect sage-obligate species at the Dept. of Energy Hanford Site in Washington.
U.S. Department of Energy, Central Washington National Wildlife Refuge Complex