The next meeting of this book club will be on Tuesday, September 18, at 6:30 pm. We will be meeting at a private home in Ashland for a discussion of Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology by David Abrams.
Landmark Members are those who provide significant financial support for our work, donating $500 or more each year. As our way of saying “thank you” to our most generous members, we plan a special VIP outing on one of our preserved properties, complete with lunch and guest speakers.
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.
Spring is our busiest and most fun season of the year. It’s when we get outside and explore, enjoy and celebrate the land the best way we know how – hikes and work parties. We’d like to thank the volunteers who helped us get out and show us the meaning of conservation.
In the Rogue Valley the Hedrick Middle School in Medford is one of the most important migratory stops for the Vaux’s Swift in the fall. Thanks to a grant from Rogue Valley Audubon Society (RVAS), the Hedrick Hornets will get to meet the Hedrick Swifts!
Oredson Todd Woods, a conserved park in Ashland, was abuzz recently with the excited and curious energy of lots of 4th and 5th graders. They left their indoor classrooms for the outdoors to attend our Loving the Land annual student camp. For a wonderful write up of the program, check out the Daily Tidings article by John Darling.