Deschutes Land Trust closes Sisters-area Preserves due Grandview Fire

The Deschutes Land Trust is closing three of its Sisters-area Preserves to help firefighters as they battle the Grandview Fire northeast of Sisters.


MEDIA ADVISORY
For Immediate Release

July 12, 2021

CONTACT
Rika Ayotte, Executive Director
Deschutes Land Trust
(541) 330-0017
rika@deschuteslandtrust.org


Deschutes Land Trust closes Sisters-area Preserves due Grandview Fire

What: The Deschutes Land Trust is closing three of its Sisters-area Preserves to help firefighters as they battle the Grandview Fire northeast of Sisters. Effective immediately, Camp Polk Meadow Preserve, Indian Ford Meadow Preserve, and Whychus Canyon Preserve are closed to all use. Please respect the closure and stay out of the area so firefighters and those that may need to leave their homes can do what is needed.

The Preserve closure will be in place until fire danger passes.

When: Effective July 12, 2021 at 9am.


About the Land Trust:  
The Deschutes Land Trust envisions a future of strong and healthy natural and human communities—where we work together to conserve and care for the lands that make Central Oregon an incredible place to live, work, and grow. As Central Oregon’s locally-based, nationally-accredited land trust, the Deschutes Land Trust has conserved and continues to care for more than 17,523 acres since 1995. For more information on the Deschutes Land Trust, contact us at (541) 330-0017 or visit www.deschuteslandtrust.org.

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