Camp Polk Meadow Preserve Neighbor News

Your hub for news and updates about Camp Polk Meadow Preserve!


As a neighbor of Deschutes Land Trust's Camp Polk Meadow Preserve, we want to keep you up-to-date on activities at the Preserve. That's why we've created this Camp Polk Meadow Preserve news hub with links to our Neighbor News Bulletins and other updates from the Preserve. We also encourage you to join us for hikes at the Preserve, volunteer at the Preserve, or contact us if you have any questions. Thank you!

Camp Polk Meadow Preserve Neighbor News Bulletins:


Other news about Camp Polk Meadow Preserve:

Camp Polk Meadow five years later

Mar 09, 2017
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.

Butterflies of Summer

Jun 27, 2016
A butterfly flitting about in a meadow or forest is a sure sign of summer in Central Oregon. The longer, warmer days bring these colorful creatures out in the meadows of Camp Polk Meadow Preserve, the woodlands of the Metolius Preserve, and the juniper covered slopes of Whychus Canyon Preserve. Here are a few to watch for this summer.

Steelhead released in Whychus Creek

Jun 08, 2016
Volunteers helped release 35,000 steelhead into Whychus Creek at several Land Trust protected lands including Aspen Hollow Preserve, Camp Polk Meadow Preserve, Whychus Canyon Preserve, and Rimrock Ranch.