The Land Trust's annual Tree Hunt is on! Please be prepared for winter driving conditions should it snow tonight or Saturday. Read on for more details.
Artists will be paired with an organization focused on the environment and create art inspired by the organization's work.
Ashley is the Land Trust's new land steward who will help manage and care for our protected lands.
The Land Trust welcomes two new board members while three more retire.
Regular visitors to Camp Polk Meadow Preserve know that we fight an ongoing battle with invasive cheat grass along the Hindman Springs trail.
Chinook Fry were released at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve as part of the continued reintroduction of salmon and steelhead to the upper Deschutes basin.
Thanks to the Sisters Folk Fest for another great year and to the Starview Foundation for contributing to the Festival in the Land Trust's name.
Join the Land Trust for free evening presentations about wolf recovery, climate change, and the geology of the Three Sisters and Whychus Creek!
The Land Trust is pleased to welcome another new staff member: Deb Quinlan. Deb officially joined the Land Trust as our new Outreach and GIS Specialist on June 1st.
Submit your best fall nature photo to the Land Trust's October contest!
Land Trust employee Karyn Verzwyvelt is leaving the organization at the end of March. See our job opening.
Tour highlights recent forestry work designed to improve habitat and reduce fire danger.
Give your feedback on how the Land Trust is doing and where we should go in the future!
Last week's rains caused Whychus Creek to swell to more than 600 cfs! Watch this video of the high flows.
Whychus Creek was running unusually high last week, testing our newly restored channel and all its side channels. Watch these videos to see!
The Land Trust remembers Bill Dakin--one of our first Board members and champion of Indian Ford Meadow Preserve.
Brewer Veronica Vega and naturalist Jane Meissner lead a hike at the Land Trust's Whychus Canyon Preserve as part of the Beers Made by Walking program! See how Oregon breweries create unique beers that are a portrait of their local landscape.
The Land Trust and Sisters Habitat for Humanity partnered together to recycle household goods and building supplies for the benefit of local community members.
Sisters resident Pat Kearney and Bend resident Jane Meissner were honored as our 2012 Volunteers of the Year at our annual Open House.
Artist Vicki Roadman's mixed media collage depicts several Land Trust protected lands and is part of the INSIDE::OUT art show at the Bend City Hall.