Mazama Pocket Gopher

Mazama pocket gophers are an important component in South Sound prairies. While still found in Thurston and Pierce Counties, they are globally rare and considered threatened with extinction by the State of Washington.
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South Sound Prairies Program
120 Union Ave SE #215
Olympia, WA 98501
Main line: 360-464-1024

Patrick Dunn
South Puget Sound 
Program Director

360-956-9713
pdunn@cnlm.org

Sanders Freed
Thurston County Program Manager

360-451-6696
sfreed@cnlm.org

Sarah Hamman
Prairie Conservation Science
Program Manager

360-790-4180
shamman@cnlm.org

Mason McKinley
Joint Base Lewis-McChord 
Program Manager

360-584-2538
mmckinley@cnlm.org

Sierra Smith
Conservation Nursery Program Manager

360-480-6105
ssmith@cnlm.org

Elspeth Hilton Kim
Cooperative Conservation Program Manager

360-464-2524
ekim@cnlm.org

Joy Hochstein
Grants Administrator

619-313-4640
jhochstein@cnlm.org

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Cascadia Prairie Oak Partnership brings together professional conservationists and restorationists from throughout the Northwest. If you would like to reference scientific papers about prairies or network with the professional conservation community please contact Elspeth Hilton Kim.

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Tuesday
May152012

Request for proposal open: Taylor's checkerspot habitat enhancement review and strategy development

The Center for Natural Lands Management is soliciting proposals from qualified contractors to develop a strategy that strengthens the scientific basis of habitat enhancement planning and determination of site readiness for reintroduction of Taylor's checkerspot butterflies in the South Puget Sound lowlands. Submittals will be reviewed commencing June 18, 2012. You can find the full details here.

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