2012 News Items

New trails at Whychus Canyon Preserve

It's been an active summer at Whychus Canyon Preserve. Now that crews have finished the first phase of forest restoration, new trails are being built up and down the canyon walls.

OWEB Listening Session

Save the Date: May 9th for the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board listening sessions! Consider attending to let them know how important land conservation is to you!

The Passing of a Visionary

Oregon recently lost one of its great visionaries, with the passing of John Gray. Gray was an astute businessman with remarkable foresight and a devotion to conservation.

Upcoming office closures

The Land Trust office in Bend will closed for a few days in December and January. Read on for details.

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 Canyon Preserve Update

Whychus Canyon Preserve has been a busy place for the last several weeks. We're thrilled to see the community exploring and enjoying the Preserve. Please keep the following in mind when visiting...

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.