Jul 27, 2016
Natasha Bellis reports on attending the Pelton Round Butte Project Fisheries Workshop and salmon reintroduction.
Jul 11, 2016
The great arctic (Oeneis nevadensis) butterfly is back and has been spotted at the Metolius Preserve!
Jul 06, 2016
Land Trust volunteer photographers and wildlife cams have captured a great collection of wildlife photos throughout the spring and early summer.
Jun 27, 2016
A butterfly flitting about in a meadow or forest is a sure sign of summer in Central Oregon. The longer, warmer days bring these colorful creatures out in the meadows of Camp Polk Meadow Preserve, the woodlands of the Metolius Preserve, and the juniper covered slopes of Whychus Canyon Preserve. Here are a few to watch for this summer.
Jun 09, 2016
Monarch butterfly populations have been dwindling across the Americas. Here's what the Land Trust is doing to bring them back to Central Oregon.
May 23, 2016
Learn why meadows are so important to the health of Whychus Creek and the fish and wildlife that live in and along the creek.
May 06, 2016
I have a problem. I’ll admit it. Come wildflower season, I can’t help but need to know what is blooming where. I seek out answers near and far, peppering Land Trust volunteers and staff any time they are out and about with, “What’s blooming?”
Apr 27, 2016
As spring comes to Central Oregon we all feel the itch to get outside and soak in the warmth of the sun and the green of new leaves. Migrating birds are also enticed to return to Central Oregon each spring. Here are a few places to watch and learn the art of birding.
Apr 22, 2016
Brad Chalfant comments on the current state of the upper Deschutes River and encourages the community to attend an upcoming presentation on May 2nd.
Apr 18, 2016
The support of our members is vital to the Campaign's success. Long-time member MA Willson shares why she supports the Campaign for Whychus Creek.