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Photo of Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

Biographical Info

Tribal organization, education about the importance of native plant biodiversity, maintain our connection to the land and our responsibility to care for the land, food security.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.
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Photo of Illinois Valley Soil & Water Conservation District

Biographical Info

Local leader in efforts to conserve, restore, and enhance natural resources for the environmental and social benefit of the Illinois Valley.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Plant sale partnership and supporting other events in the Illinois Valley
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Photo of Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District

Biographical Info

Provide landowners with technical assistance, project planning, education, and financial assistance to conserve natural resources in Jackson County.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District.
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Photo of Medford Water Commission

Biographical Info

The Medford Water Commission operates and maintains the water system that delivers high-quality drinking water to around 136,000 Rogue Valley residents. The Commission is an autonomous agency of the City of Medford, Oregon, established through a change in the city charter on Nov. 7, 1922. The utility is governed by the Board of Water CommissionersThe board appoints the General Manager, who is authorized to direct the operations of the utility.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Medford Water Commission. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Medford Water Commission.
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Photo of Oregon Parks and Recreation Dept.
Website: Oregon Parks & Recreation

Biographical Info

The mission of the Parks and Recreation Department is to provide and protect outstanding natural, scenic, cultural, historic and recreational sites for the enjoyment and education of present and future generations.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department.
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