Photo: Rick Dingus.

Paulina Creek Preserve Virtual Tour

Nov 17, 2022 by Jana Hemphill
Introducing Paulina Creek Preserve! This 1,099-acre Preserve near La Pine, Oregon has pine forests, meadows, and more than three miles of Paulina Creek. See what else makes this newly protected area so special with our virtual tour.

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The Land Trust is excited to introduce you to our new 1,099-acre Paulina Creek Preserve near La Pine, Oregon and Newberry National Volcanic Monument. The Preserve boasts ponderosa and lodgepole pine forest, more than three miles of Paulina Creek, wet and dry meadows, and habitat for a wide range of wildlife from frogs and fish to native bees and monarch butterflies, songbirds and bats. The newly protected land also helps mitigate the impacts of climate change and provides valuable connections to the outdoors for the local community. You can see all the beauty and wonder with our virtual tour of Paulina Creek Preserve.

The Land Trust’s effort to conserve Paulina Creek Preserve is part of our larger goal of identifying, conserving, and caring for the lands and waters that Central Oregon needs both now and into the future. Donate to the Land Trust today to conserve vital places like Paulina Creek Preserve for the future of Central Oregon!


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