Highlights of our 2011 tour season.
Sunday was my husband's birthday and I decided we would celebrate by tailgating at the Cascade Polo Club match and helping support the Land Trust.
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A first-hand summary of the Whychus Canyon Dedication from one of the Land Trust staff members.
On New Years day each year I like to look back on my past efforts from the year before. What better way to celebrate 2010 than by going out to a place where I spent so much of the year...
I love visiting Alder Springs in the springtime. Not only is it jaw-droppingly gorgeous, but it really gives you a taste of spring before it has sprung elsewhere.
On Bat Night, adults and children alike were excited at the prospect of seeing a bat up close. Tom Rodhouse, Ecologist with the National Park Service, was our expert for the evening.
I trusted the weather today and spent four hours at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve this afternoon enjoying being out and happy to see the special harbingers of spring.
Fish-free-er and a guy full of surprises. His joy was obvious at the steelhead release at Whychus Canyon Preserve, eyes sparkling, grin mischievous.
Amanda Egertson, stewardship director, takes you on a video tour of the warmer side of winter forest restoration.
Send us your best winter photos of Land Trust Preserves or just scenic Central Oregon.
The oldest team sport takes hold in Central Oregon and benefits local nonprofits.
With the power out, author Mary Sojourner reflects on what really connects us.
It was a cool morning at the Land Trust's Metolius Preserve. All the trees and plants were lush and green. Beautiful wildflowers dotted the meadow as a group of us began our exploration...
Thanks to Sisters photographer Byron Dudley, everyone can enjoy the fall beauty of the Land Trust's Community Preserves. (Slideshow)
Just when you thought winter would never end, the first wildflowers appear in the Central Oregon desert.
Updates, video and photos from the forest restoration tour at the Metolius Preserve.
Amanda Egertson has what some (myself included) would consider to be one of the best jobs in existence. Most days, Amanda spends her time out in the field...
Lahar. Colluvium. Tuff. This is the language of geology. Listen closely and it will tell you the history of this place--long before we came to be. That is, if you can decode it!