Another year, another Dirty Half! The trail run is our biggest annual fundraiser of the year and it's all thanks to you.
The Land Trust's 2014 Walk + Hike series has begun! From April-November Land Trust volunteer naturalists lead more than 100 free walks, hikes, and bike rides at various Land Trust protected lands.
Recent visits to Camp Polk Meadow uncover exciting signs of beaver activity at the Preserve.
This awesome annual race, put on by our friends at The FootZone, is our biggest fundraiser of the year. Sign up today!
The newly passed 2014 Farm Bill maintains essential funding for the conservation of farm and ranch land. Hopefully, the Bill's programs will help fund several Land Trust projects!
The Land Trust has some cool new hats and gear to help you beat the summer heat.
Bend resident Lori Chapin and Sisters resident Ted Johnson have joined the Deschutes Land Trust’s Board of Directors.
Join us to celebrate conservation successes, honor volunteers, and look at what's next for the Land Trust.
One of the great cultural events in our area, Sisters Folk Festival, has grown up along side the Land Trust. Thanks to the Starview Foundation for contributing to the Folk Festival in our name!
We wish land steward Ashley Lowery farewell and welcome our new land steward Jen Zalewski.
Last week, more than 120,000 steelhead fry were released in Whychus Creek in ongoing efforts to bring steelhead and salmon back.
The Land Trust is proud to announce our 2014 volunteers of the year: Eva Eagle and Ginny Elliott!
Our full Walks + Hike schedule will be out on April 1st, but don't wait to scratch your spring itch. Sign up for our first hikes of the season today!
Thanks to supporters like you, we've had a successful launch to our Campaign for Whychus Creek. Learn more about our campaign and how you can help chart the future of Whychus Creek.
The Land Trust's annual Tree Hunt is on! However, driving conditions are wintery. Read on for details on how to prepare.
Congress has extended the charitable IRA rollover, allowing Americans age 70 ½ and older to make contributions from their Individual Retirement Accounts to qualified nonprofits.
An elusive beaver at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve has finally been spotted thanks to a wildlife camera.
The Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce presented the Deschutes Land Trust with the 2013 Nonprofit of the Year Award at their annual ball last Friday.
National standards ensure Land Trust conservation efforts stand the test of time.
The Land Trust's biggest fundraiser of the year was one of the first casualties of the Two Bulls Fire. FootZone hopes to reschedule! Read more...