Protecting and enhancing precious land in the Rogue River region to benefit our human and natural communities since 1978.
2019 Member Picnic and Annual Meeting
June 1 at the Rogue River Preserve
Double Up!! - A very generous member is challenging you to support your passion for the amazing Rogue River region. Our spring challenge will match up to $25,000 in spring member gifts.
New member? YES! Your gift will be matched 100%.
Former member? YES! Your gift will be matched 100%.
Current member? YES! Renew NOW and your gift will be matched 100%.
Enjoy Public Access Natural Areas
Explore miles of well-kept trails close to town. Rich in history, wildlife and wildflowers, rest assured, these conserved natural areas will always be natural areas.
Significant Wildlife Habitat Conserved
Home to oak woodlands, evergreen forest, chaparral and meadows, Stan Dean and Katharine Bronwen's property is a haven for special status wildlife and plants. We welcomed their motivation to conserve their land with a new conservation agreement that added to the 2,035 acres already protected in our Colestin-Siskiyou Summit Focus Area.
Rogue River Preserve: Conserved Forever!
In 2017, thanks to tremendous community support, we reached our goal to purchase and manage a magnificent 352-acre property along the Rogue River. We actively steward the property to maintain its rich natural and cultural heritage, serving as a model for land stewardship. Join us for a hike or stewardship day soon.
Southern Oregon Land Conservancy works cooperatively with landowners and communities to save our region's special places for today, tomorrow, and beyond.
Banner image: East Fork Illinois Valley. Lee Webb photo.
Rotating gallery images: Bohemian Waxwing, Frank Lospalluto; Rogue River Preserve wildflower hike, Evan Barrientos; Rogue River Preserve family hike, Mike Potts.