From the Field

Presenting Habichats: Habitat Speaker Series

McKenzie River Trust is excited to present HabiChats – a virtual speaker series that explores some of Oregon’s plant and animal species and local restoration efforts with partners and local

Lane County Wildfire Information and Relief

DONATE NOW We are directing all donations to the United Way of Lane County’s Wildfire Response Fund at this time.  Volunteer Your Time We know that you want to give

Reflections on 10 Years at CARP

By Liz Lawrence This article is about the Coburg Aggregate Reclamation Project or CARP, purchased by the McKenzie River Trust in 2010. To learn more about CARP, visit our property

Black Lives Matter

McKenzie River Trust stands in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter. In the wake of recent calls for justice in Oregon and across the globe, we must address oppressive systems and injustices. These

Staying Connected During Physical Distancing

McKenzie River Trust Board Member Bev Hollander shared her thoughts on connection during a time of social-distancing. Connecting One way to look at the COVID-19, known as coronavirus, is to

Public Notice: Land Trust Accreditation Renewal

Stakeholder Notification The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. The McKenzie River Trust is

Opening: Restoration and Stewardship Associate

Reports to: Restoration Projects ManagerStatus: SeasonalCompensation: Salary $15.00 to $17.50 DOE and certificationsDates: 40 hrs/week from April 15th through October 31st (daily start times vary based on weather, fire, and daylight conditions) The McKenzie

How to Become a Birder

One of MRT’s basic tenets is to connect people to the land and rivers.  Besides hiking, rafting, fishing, swimming and other outdoor activities that connect us, bird watching is seeing