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.

Member Spotlight: Twenty Ideas

The Shire for the River campaign continues through October 26! Your gift goes twice as far with over $12,000 available in matching funds from local tech businesses. Every day, we will share

So Just What is a Land Trust Anyway?

As we gear up for Get Outdoors Day alongside 12 other land trusts across Oregon, we are starting to hear a question repeated over and over. What’s a land trust?

Invisible Rivers

Protecting floodplain lands means the important zones around rivers are conserved, too.

Cerro Gordo Protected

“Do what’s right for the land.” It’s an ethos that the people who have lived at Cerro Gordo have taken to heart. Today, thanks to their foresight and dedication, glimmering

Coyote Creek Meadows Protected

With your generous support, 38 acres of wetlands and camas-filled meadows are now permanently protected for conservation.