This is our central toolbox where we house all relevant digital files, printable and downloadable documents, photos, and such. Here you can find copies of our current Conservation Plan, past newsletters, and various forms. If there’s anything you can’t find, just let us know.
Owners of a conserved property in Takilma located in the East Fork Illinois River Watershed captured some nice footage of a bobcat and Pacific fisher visiting a salmon carcass along a tributary through their land.
This month we are highlighting conserved public-access natural areas in Jacksonville, Ore. We are grateful to the City of Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Woodlands Association, and the selfless volunteers who help protect the lands we love for the people we love. We hope you enjoy this month’s “hike” down memory lane.
This month we are highlighting two conserved public-access properties located in Ashland, Ore. We are grateful to the City of Ashland, the Ashland Woodland & Trails Association, and the countless volunteers who help maintain these incredible natural gems. We hope you enjoy this month’s “hike” down memory lane
With a tuft of evergreen basal leaves and seasonal flowering stalks, native perennial bunchgrasses provide a host of ecological services. Read Kristi's article about this iconic species, the critters that depend on it and the challenges bunchgrasses face.