Oregon Fish & Wildlife-La Grande Field Office

The La Grande Field Office was opened in 2002 to bring Fish and Wildlife Service resources closer to the community and to facilitate collaboration with local partners and stakeholders in addressing natural resource issues in northeastern Oregon.  The officie is housed in the same building as the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest’s La Grande Ranger District in La Grande, Oregon.

Jurisdiction. The La Grande Field Office's area of responsibility extends to seven counties in northeastern Oregon: Malheur, Baker, Grant, Union, Wallowa, Umatilla, and Morrow.

What We Do.

Technical Assistance. We assist federal, state, and local agencies, as well as private entities by providing Endangered Species Act consultations, watershed assessment reviews, restoration activities, and technical support for ecosystem management.

Partnerships. We work in partnership with local federal, state, tribal, county and private entities to recover listed species and their habitats, to ensure viability of species and to minimize or avoid the need for future listings.

Private Landowners. With the support of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office, we seek opportunities to develop partnerships with local private landowners.Technical and financial assistance is available for conservation projects.

Planning Assistance. We implement several habitat conservation programs and provide long range planning advice to county and municipal governments.

Contact Oregon Fish & Wildlife-La Grande Field Office

Gary Miller
Field Supervisor
3502 Hwy 30
La Grande, Oregon  97850
Phone: 541-962-8584
Fax: 541-962-8581


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Baker County, Oregon
  • Grant County, Oregon
  • Malheur County, Oregon
  • Morrow County, Oregon
  • Umatilla County, Oregon
  • Union County, Oregon
  • Wallowa County, Oregon

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