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Reviving Malheur Lake and Maintaining Flood Irrigated Wet Meadows

Reviving Malheur Lake

Malheur Lake is not providing the habitat it once did for migratory birds traveling along the Pacific Flyway. This video tells the tale of how Malheur Lake has changed over the years and what this means for choices the Harney Basin Wetland Initiative collaborative makes to create its revival.

Partnerships in Motion

This beautiful video speaks to the tremendous value of the partnerships working to enhance conditions on the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and surrounding private lands in Harney Basin.

Harney Basin Wetlands Initiative - Wetlands and Water

The lands in and around the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge provide incredibly important habitat for birds on the Pacific Flyway. Harney Basin Wetlands Initiative partners give voice to the importance of these wetlands meadows, the roll water plays and the significance of flood irrigation. 

Malheur Restoration Project

Carp have long had a negative impact on Malheur Lake. This video discusses the Harney Basin Wetlands Initiative partner's approach to reducing the impact of carp so as to improve habitat for birds on the Pacific Flyway.