Good news! The IRA Charitable Rollover and other critical giving incentives are available through 2013. Learn more about these great giving opportunities.
The Land Trust has re-opened Whychus Canyon Preserve now that our pile burning is complete. However, please be aware that there are still smoldering piles and trail conditions are very icy due to recent freeze/thaw cycles.
The Land Trust is pleased to announce the 2013 Nature Nights lecture series. Enjoy monthly presentations on nature including: stories from OPB's Oregon Field Guide in February and to the Natural History of Butterflies in March.
Join ecologist Maret Pajutee for a fascinating presentation on the 2012 Pole Creek Fire and the lessons learned from 10 years of large fires in Sisters.
The Land Trust is hiring a part-time receptionist. Read on for the details...
The recent passage of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) included a reinstatement of the IRA Charitable Rollover provision through 2013. Learn more about how you can give to the Land Trust through your IRA.
Conditions are looking good in Whychus Creek particularly in the restored stretch of Whychus Creek at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve.
Help the Land Trust meet the $25,000 Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund challenge grant.
The Land Trust has two job openings: one for an Outreach Specialist and one for a Conservation Project Manager. Read on for details.
The Land Trust is pleased to present the 2013 Walk + Hike slate! From birds, to wildflowers, to water bugs for kids, there are endless ways to get outside and explore your Land Trust protected lands. Join us today.
The Land Trust is pleased to welcome a new staff member: Karly Hedrick. Karly is our new Outreach Specialist.
The Land Trust's 2013 Walk + Hike series has begun! From April-October Land Trust volunteer naturalists lead more than 100 free walks, hikes, and bike rides at various Land Trust protected lands.
The 2012 Stream Project Award was given by the State Land Board to recognize the restoration of Whychus Creek at the Land Trust’s Camp Polk Meadow Preserve.
The Land Trust is pleased to welcome a new staff member: Micki Love. Micki is our new receptionist helping answer phones and greet visitors.
The Oregon Lottery recently launched a campaign calling attention to the lottery dollars that helped with conservation and restroration projects, like the Land Trust's, on Whychus Creek.
Here at the Land Trust we love monitoring season. It's a time we return to our lands each year to check in, be present, and notice the little things.
The Land Trust is pleased to announce that we've met a $25,000 challenge grant from the Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund. We also recently received a three year capacity building grant from our partners at the Meyer Memorial Trust.
Deschutes Brewery celebrated their 25th anniversary in style with a bike ride from Black Butte to Mirror Pond that raised $4,000 for the Land Trust.
Celebrate with historic tours at Land Trust Preserves. Visit wagon roads, the oldest structure in the county, and old lumber mills.
The award recognizes collaborative aquatic stewardship and was given to the Land Trust and our restoration partners.