(NFJDWC) was formed by local citizens in 1995 and incorporated as a non-profit organization in 2006. Our mission is to restore and protect the natural resources that make up the North and Middle Fork John Day watersheds. The Council represents broad interests, as well as diverse land use and ownership, and encourages collaboration between the people who live, work, and recreate here to plan and implement ridgetop to ridgetop restoration projects that are based on the best available science, promote native plant and wildlife species, respect culturally significant resources, and support our local rural communities. The North and Middle Fork John Day watersheds encompass approximately 1.7 million acres in Grant, Morrow, Umatilla, and Baker counties. The watershed’s 1,200 residents live

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