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Climate Change in Central Oregon

Learn more about climate change in Central Oregon by reading the Land Trust's blog posts about the topic.

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Working towards conserving and caring for the lands and waters that sustain Central Oregon, so that local communities and the natural world can flourish for generations to come includes lessening the impacts of climate change in Central Oregon.

Check out our recent blog posts to find out more about the effects that climate change is having in Central Oregon, as well as some ways we can work together to lessen the impacts of climate change:

Western Monarch Summit Takeaways

Jan 31, 2023
Land Trust stewardship director Amanda Egertson just returned from the International Western Monarch Summit in San Luis Obispo, CA. Learn more about the science and wonder of monarch conservation.

Save Water, Plant Native!

Apr 28, 2022
Water—or lack thereof—is a hot topic these days. The situation in Central Oregon is especially dire for farmers, ranchers, and those that depend on water for their livelihoods. So, what’s the average person to do to help? Plant native!

Hiking Lightly on the Land

Apr 22, 2022
One of the best parts about living in Central Oregon is our abundance of trails for walking, hiking, running, and riding. Check out these tips to give back to the trails you love by making your next outing a little lighter on the land.

Nature Night Recap: Is Climate Anxiety Bad for the Planet?

Mar 04, 2022
Dr. Sarah Jaquette Ray presented our March 2nd Nature Night, Is Climate Anxiety Bad for the Planet? Watch a recording from her presentation and find suggested resources to learn more about what you can do to help manage your climate anxiety to become a better climate advocate.

Kids and climate anxiety

Feb 10, 2022
Climate change is impacting the next generation in new and troubling ways. Learn more about climate anxiety and how to channel that worry into climate action.

Nature Night Recap: A Low-to-No Snow Future

Jan 27, 2022
Dr. Alan Rhoades and Dr. Erica Siirila-Woodburn presented our January Nature Night, A Low-to-No Snow Future. Watch a recording from their presentation and find suggested resources to learn more about what you can do to help keep snow in our future.

What is an Atmospheric River?

Jan 19, 2022
In preparation for our January 26th Nature Night, we take a look at atmospheric rivers: what are they and how do they affect Central Oregon?