If you are interested in conserving your own property, we welcome hearing from you. We are currently interested in large parcels in Jackson and Josephine Counties, land along major rivers or streams, and working farms, ranches and forests. Please use this form to tell us about yourself, your property, and the reason(s) for your interest in conserving your land.
During the holidays you may be hanging mistletoe in doorways in anticipation of a kiss. Or perhaps on a winter drive looking out the window you notice leafless oak trees full of green mistletoe balls and wonder if the mistletoe is harming the trees. So, is mistletoe a kiss or a curse?
Oh, what a night! On November 10th, we gathered at the Ashland Hills Hotel for our annual Conservation Celebration to honor 39 years of protecting special places in our region. Take a peek at some of the night's highlights.
Our dear friend, Al Buck, passed away peacefully on September 25, 2017. Al was a loyal and generous member for over 15 years. He loved to volunteer too, serving on our Lands Committee and Trustee Council, and as a monthly office volunteer, getting our renewal letters out every month.