Protecting and enhancing precious land in the Rogue River region to benefit our human and natural communities since 1978.

 

 

This is our big night of fun! Since 2003, we’ve celebrated our conservation successes with an evening of wine, food, music, and delight. Each year, this gala and fundraising event outdoes the year before. Join us for a night to remember. Learn more ⟶


Elk spotted forging the Rogue River at the Rogue River Preserve. Thomas Craig photo

The Heart of the Rogue: Conserved Forever!

Thanks to tremendous community support, we reached our goal to purchase and manage a magnificent 352-acre property along the Rogue River. We plan to actively manage the property to maintain its rich natural and cultural heritage, serving as a model for land stewardship.

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Southern Oregon Land Conservancy works cooperatively with landowners and communities to save our region's special places for today, tomorrow, and beyond. 

 

Conservation success story

The historic Wood House sits on this property located along Highway 62 north of Eagle Point. It also supports vernal pools, a unique and endangered wetland habitat.

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Banner image: East Fork Illinois Valley. Lee Webb photo.