Improving water quality for people and the environment
Water infrastructure investments that work with nature can be the backbone of healthy, equitable communities, vibrant economies, and resilient freshwater and near coastal systems. Willamette Partnership’s Clean Water Program is working to shift policy frameworks so that wetlands, forests, and floodplains can be a bigger part of how we get clean water for natural and human communities.
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Helping the environment thrive for wildlife and people
Resilient habitat is our source of food, shelter, and drinking water in the face of wildfire, flooding, disease, and climate change. Willamette Partnership’s Resilient Habitat Program is building the case for investing in biodiversity to sustain the resiliency of the habitat upon which we depend.
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Linking different sectors in a common vision
The solutions to our toughest conservation problems require collaboration across the sociological, economic, and political subdivisions of society. Willamette Partnership’s Strategic Integration area is working with a diversity of partners to align the sectors of natural resources, economic development, health care, and equity in a united purpose: measurable improvements in human and environmental health.