Summer is monitoring season at the Land Trust. It's a time when we visit our protected lands for an annual check-up. Learn why monitoring is the heart of why we do what we do.
June marked the end of the first year of the Campaign for Whychus Creek. The Land Trust is pleased to report that our first year achievements include the successful conservation of 538 more acres on Whychus Creek! Learn more...
The Bend Bulletin reports on efforts to replant Skyline Forest after the Two Bulls Fire.
The Deschutes Land Trust's Campaign for Whychus Creek continued to gain momentum last Saturday with the dedication of newly acquired acreage that more than doubles the size of its Whychus Canyon Preserve.
The Land Trust announced today it will dedicate the new portion of its Whychus Canyon Preserve in a ceremony on May 30th. The Land Trust acquired and permanently conserved the new 480-acre addition to Whychus Canyon Preserve in October of 2014 as part of the Campaign for Whychus Creek.