Camp Polk Meadow Preserve Neighbor News

Vandals strike Camp Polk Meadow

The main kiosk and interpretive signs were smashed over the weekend. The Land Trust asks for help from neighbors to keep an eye on the meadow.

Whychus Creek returns to Camp Polk Meadow

After more than ten years of planning, four years of implementation, and countless hours by staff and hundreds of volunteers, Whychus Creek has returned to its home through Camp Polk Meadow Preserve.

The Spirits of Camp Polk

As the end of October nears, we habitually turn our thoughts to ghosts and all things ghoulish. One of the best collections of delightfully haunted stories can be found in and around the Land Trust’s Camp Polk Meadow Preserve.

Camp Polk Meadow five years later

It’s hard to believe it has been five years since the massive restoration of Camp Polk Meadow Preserve was complete. Sarah Mowry reflects on the meadow, the changes we've seen, and the future of this dynamic place.

The life and times of Stella the steelhead

The Land Trust is thrilled to announce that we’ve had our first adult steelhead return to Camp Polk Meadow Preserve! Biologists found the radio-tagged adult female at the end of March in the portion of Whychus Creek that runs through the Preserve. She is the first adult steelhead to return to the meadow in 52 years!