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Restoring the Blue River through Collaborative Conservation​. The Oka' Institute, Chickasaw Nation, and the American Bird Conservancy have been awarded $4.1 million to restore the habitat of the Blue River Watershed. The watershed covers an area of 685 square miles in south-central Oklahoma and spans across Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations treaty territorial boundaries. The Blue River Watershed is home to a wide variety of plants and animals, making it an important habitat for several species. It also serves as a source of water for agriculture, municipalities, and recreation activities.​


Visit the link for additional information regarding the Blue River Watershed.

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