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Land Trust announces Campaign for Whychus Creek
Land Trust announces Campaign for Whychus Creek
Sep 30, 2014
The Land Trust has embarked on a three year, $15 million dollar campaign to conserve Whychus Creek. The first phase of the Campaign is now complete with the acquisition of 480 additional acres that doubles the size of Whychus Canyon Preserve.
Metolius Preserve is beautiful for the whole family
Sep 24, 2014
David Jasper of The Bulletin tries to convince his family to move to Bend with a trip to the Metolius Preserve, a place "so unspoiled, so soothingly beautiful, so achingly gorgeous, they pine for more of it."
Beavers find a home at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve
Sep 10, 2014
Recent visits to Camp Polk Meadow uncover exciting signs of beaver activity at the Preserve.
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Upcoming Events
Getting ready for a fall colors hike. Photo: John Williams. The Landscape and Why We Photograph It, Indian Ford Meadow Preserve
Oct 04, 2014
Explore the why of landscape photography with Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Jay Mather.
Geology Hike, Rimrock Ranch
Oct 05, 2014
Join Derek Loeb for a geology hike around Rimrock Ranch. Explore basalt flows, tuff created by volcanic ash, and glacial deposits while exploring the canyons and meadows along Whychus Creek.
Spring Creek Planting Party
Oct 10, 2014
Roll up your sleeves and help the Land Trust plant native trees and shrubs at Spring Creek, a private Land Trust protected property near the Metolius River.
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