From the Field

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

Giving Tuesday is December 3rd

Give today and your dollars will be matched! Give Now We have a special match challenge for Giving Tuesday! Support our lands and waters this #givingtuesday with a gift to McKenzie

McKenzie River Trust Celebrates 30 Years

This month marks 30 years of land and river conservation in Western Oregon at McKenzie River Trust. we wanted to mark the occasion with a graphic showcasing some of our

Wren Marsh a Key to Conservation on the Coast

Habitat Protected 10 Years Ago Expands with a Strategic Purchase In 2010, we acquired a 210-acre property between Florence and Mapleton known as Waite Ranch. This land is adjacent to

McKenzie River Trust 30th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrate with us as we commemorate 30 years of conservation work in Western Oregon. Connect with other supporters, staff, and volunteers. Enjoy appetizers, and of course, birthday cake! Valley River

Freshwater Mussels in our Rivers

On Friday, August 2nd, MRT staff and volunteers met at our Finn Rock Reach property to learn about freshwater mussels. We were lucky to host Emilie Blevins of the Xerces

Native Oaks Ridge Protected!

The oak savannas were used by Native Americans for harvest of important foods such as acorns and camas. The name Native Oaks Ridge honors that history.

Improving Access to popular McKenzie River put-in

More changes coming to Finn Rock Boat Landing Your support for conservation of 278-acre Finn Rock Reach has many payoffs, in clean water, flood resilience, and enhanced salmon spawning habitat.