Post-Fire Transplanting Party

**This work party is currently full. We are, however, taking a waitlist in case a spot opens up. To add your name to the waitlist, please click the yellow 'Register Now' button above.**

Roll up your sleeves and help the Deschutes Land Trust transplant native grasses into areas burned by the Grandview Fire this summer. Volunteers will dig up native grasses at Rimrock Ranch and replant them in the temporary roads that were built by bulldozers as they fought the Grandview Fire. Your efforts will help restore healthy habitat for wildlife. Get your hands dirty and have fun while making a difference in Central Oregon.

Rating: Work party with moderate physical activity that includes digging and planting in uneven ground.

What to Bring: Face mask, work gloves and shovel (if you have them), snacks, water. Dress for the weather.

Registration is required, click the yellow "Register Now" button above.

Face masks:
Per Oregon Health Authority (OHA) guidelines, all participants (regardless of vaccination status) must bring and wear a face mask during the walk or hike (as soon as you exit your vehicle). Face masks must fit tight to the face, be worn over the nose and mouth, and must be secure enough to stay on during your entire outing. Per OHA guidelines, face shields are not considered a face mask. The Land Trust will have extra face masks for use as needed.