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Land Trust creates new Preserve on Whychus Creek
Land Trust creates new Preserve on Whychus Creek
Apr 16, 2015
The Land Trust announced today it has conserved 58 acres of land along Whychus creek northeast of Sisters, Oregon. The new Aspen Hollow Preserve includes ½ mile of Whychus Creek, rimrock cliffs, as well as pine and aspen stands that are home to a host of wildlife species.
Trust buys more property on Whychus Creek
Apr 15, 2015
The Bend Bulletin reports on the Land Trust newest acquisition, Aspen Hollow Preserve.
Land Trust acquires Whychus Creek property
Apr 14, 2015
The Nugget News reports on the Land Trust's newest Preserve on Whychus Creek.
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Upcoming Events
Spring is here! Join us for a bird walk, geology hike or wildflower walk! Photo: Land Trust. Bird Walk, Metolius Preserve
Apr 25, 2015
Join Bill Mitchell for a spring bird walk around the forested Metolius Preserve.
Spring Clean up: Indian Ford Meadow Preserve
Apr 27, 2015
Roll up your sleeves and help the Deschutes Land Trust with a spring clean up at Indian Ford Meadow Preserve.
Wildflower Hike, Alder Springs
May 01, 2015
Enjoy white sand lilies, yellow bells, spring gold, and other wildflowers on this hike to burbling Alder Springs with Jane Meissner.
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