Oh, what a night! On October 12, we gathered at the Ashland Hills Hotel for our annual Conservation Celebration to honor 40 years of protecting special places in our region. Take a peek at some of the night's highlights.
This is where all things wild, conserved, beautiful and exciting get talked about.
Explore a privately conserved mountain forest and meadow property near Mt. Ashland. We’ll joyfully catch and release butterflies and bumble bees and identify wildflowers with butterfly enthusiast and educator, Linda Kappen, and botanist and SOLC Stewardship Director, Kristi Mergenthaler.
Help us inventory the dragonflies at Sky King Cole, a privately conserved property on the Siskiyou Summit. The group will walk to a series of sag ponds, ponds created from natural slumps, and catch, identify and then release dragonflies.
Join Rogue Native Plant Partnership and Southern Oregon Land Conservancy for a seed collection volunteer work party at Rogue River Preserve outside of Eagle Point.