Indian Ford Meadow Preserve Neighbor News

Your hub for news and updates about Indian Ford Meadow Preserve!


As a neighbor of Deschutes Land Trust's Indian Ford Meadow Preserve, we want to keep you up-to-date on activities at the Preserve. That's why we've created this Indian Ford 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!

Indian Ford Meadow Preserve Neighbor News Bulletins:


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Little meadows make a big impact

May 12, 2021
We talk about meadows a great deal at the Land Trust. Many of our core Preserves protect this important feature on the landscape. But what role do meadows play in nature?

Memories of Protecting a Meadow

Nov 04, 2020
This year the Land Trust celebrates 25 years of amazing land conservation. To celebrate we are featuring the voices of our supporters and their stories of our Preserves. This month, Ginger Durdan-Shaw, Sue Edgerton, Gretchen Dakin, Catherine Morrow, and Judy Clinton reflect on Indian Ford Meadow Preserve and the Metolius Preserve.

A Special Place Through The Seasons

Oct 28, 2020
This year the Land Trust celebrates 25 years of amazing land conservation. To celebrate we are featuring the voices of our supporters and their stories of our Preserves. This month, Eric Olson: avid birder, supporter, and neighbor of Indian Ford Meadow Preserve.

Memories of Indian Ford Meadow

Oct 21, 2020
This year the Land Trust celebrates 25 years of amazing land conservation. To celebrate we are featuring the voices of our supporters and their stories of our Preserves. This month, Maret Pajutee: founding member, volunteer, and neighbor of Indian Ford Meadow Preserve.

A meadow as sanctuary

Sep 28, 2020
Read a guest blog post by Indian Ford Meadow Preserve neighbor and long time Land Trust supporter Pamela Burry as she reflects on the comfort that can be found in even the smallest of meadows.