Ellis Integrated Vegetation Project
The Ellis Project is being developed to improve wildlife habitat, restore resiliency against insect/disease and wildfire, protect values at risk, provide timber products, and enhance public and traditional land uses.
Approximately 15 miles south east of Heppner and 7 miles west of Ukiah, Oregon. Within Upper Butter, Upper Willow,Rhea, Lower Camas, and Potamus Creek-North Fork John Day River 5th field watershed.
Districts: Heppner Ranger District, North Fork John Day Ranger District
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