Land Trust to offer an encore Nature Night presentation in September

Aug 09, 2017
Join the Land Trust and author John Elder for a Nature Night all about sense of place, citizenship, and stewardship entitled Coming Home to Central Oregon.


We are very pleased to offer an encore Nature Night presentation this September! Join the Land Trust and author John Elder for a Nature Night all about sense of place, citizenship, and stewardship entitled Coming Home to Central Oregon.

  • Coming Home to Central Oregon: September 28th 7-8:30pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bend. Tickets are free, and registration is currently open. Register Now!

Coming Home to Central Oregon
A "Sense of Place" is a phrase often used to describe the ways in which a given landscape's geology, climate, forest history, indigenous culture, and patterns of settlement can all influence the experience of living there. But another term that can also be useful in this connection is "affiliation." It relates to a more active and conscious process of claiming a place as one's own. Join the Deschutes Land Trust and John Elder for a talk on place and affiliation where we will explore a unified vision of nature and culture, citizenship and stewardship.

Learn more and register.