FOMA Board member Jocelyn Akins visited Bird Creek Meadows on August 5, 2017 and took this picture of grazing cattle in subalpine meadows near Crooked Creek. It has been a continuing project of FOMA to monitor these intrusions and to press the National Forest, the cattle permittee, and the Yakama Nation to build better fences to keep the cattle where they are supposed to be – at lower altitudes. This evidence has already received a response from the Forest Service, and FOMA board members will be visiting and monitoring conditions for the rest of the season.
- Rare Carnivores of Mt. Adams
- November 9, 2017
- 07:00 PM
- White Salmon Library
- 77 NE Wauna Ave
- White Salmon
Friends of Mt. Adams has an ongoing project to make $500 grants for scientific research being carried out on Mt. Adams with a focus on students at university. The following grants have been made so far:
Katie Swensen September 2017
Mitchell Parsons June 2017
Zbigniew Grabowski April 2017
(Note: hover over last name to view a description of the research being conducted.)
If you are interested in applying, please contact is at email@example.com.
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