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Pile burning planned for Whychus Canyon Preserve
Pile burning planned for Whychus Canyon Preserve
Jan 26, 2015
The Preserve will remain open, but the Land Trust asks visitors to use good judgement and stay away from burning or smoking piles.
Connecting people to place in Sisters Country
Jan 23, 2015
Executive director, Brad Chalfant, spoke in Sisters about the future of Whychus Creek and the role of the Deschutes Land Trust in Central Oregon. Read the Nugget Newspaper's coverage of the presentation.
2015 Nature Night series announced
Jan 14, 2015
From geology to dragonflies to beavers and wolves, these monthly presentations are a great way to come in from the cold and get your nature fix before spring. Learn more...
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Upcoming Events
Nature Nights are back! Our second talk features dragonflies with Celeste Mazzacano. February Nature Night: An Obsession with Odonata--Oregon's dragonflies and damselflies
Feb 25, 2015
Join entomologist Celeste Mazzacano for an exploration of Oregon's dragonflies and damselflies. From jewelwings, to sprites and horse stingers, learn about these fascinating creatures, the important role they play, and the threats they face.
March Nature Night: Beavers, Wolves, Fire and Logging--Preparing for climate change with new partners and new strategies
Mar 18, 2015
Join Suzanne Fouty and the Land Trust for a look at the role beavers play in transforming landscapes from water-poor to water-rich, and the critical contribution that wolves, fire, and logging have in restoring health to our landscape.
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