INR supports biodiversity and conservation by collecting data and sharing information about plants and animals of Oregon. These data sets include the state's most comprehensive database on rare, threatened, and endagered plants, wildlife, fish, fungi, and vegetation found in Oregon. INR also coordinates projects on biodiversity monitoring and provides technical assistance for the Oregon Natural Areas Program. INR works with a variety of agency, non-profit, and private partners and is a member of the NatureServe network. Read more about INR's biodiversity activities via the links below.