From the Field

Oregon chub makes a comeback

Because of members like you, an Oregon native makes a comeback It was the early 1990s. Like many of our native fishes, the Oregon chub was in trouble. Chub lived

Reflections on Green Island

Your experiences at the 2015 Living River Celebration By Eric Alan, McKenzie River Trust member People‚Äôs experiences of the McKenzie River Trust’s annual Living River Celebration on Green Island make

Beers Made By Walking

Brewers to create drinkable portraits of protected lands Beers Made By Walking, a program that invites brewers to go on nature hikes and make beer inspired by plants found on

Scholfield Creek Wetlands Conservation Area

Public Meeting: Scholfield Creek Wetlands Conservation Area Tuesday, May 26th at 6pm Reedsport City Hall, 451 Winchester Ave in Reedsport Summary: Please join us to learn more about a proposed

#GivingTuesday Resources

#GivingTuesday downloads Want to help spread the word on #GivingTuesday? Here are some graphics you can share on social media and email to your friends. Click here to read the

#GivingTuesday

Julia looked around cautiously. The sun gleamed over the hilltop above the Coyote Spencer Wetlands. It looked safe. But Julia was wary; she knew there were people nearby. Julia reared

We need your comments

McKenzie River Trust Land Trust Accreditation Renewal Open for Public Comment until November 21, 2014 Did you know that land trusts can become accredited, just like colleges and universities? Accreditation

Flushing for fish

Restoration of the gravel pits on Green Island is all about working with the water we have. You