July 18th – weekly land trust news

 

 

Southern Oregon Land Conservancy (SOLC) made significant progress this past week toward their Rogue River Preserve fundraising goal. Photo of the hoped-for preserve courtesy of SOLC.

COLT’s weekly land trust news

July 18th, 2016

Good morning everyone and Happy Monday,

We have a few notable items to share with you this week:

  • OWEB staff reports are now available for the upcoming OWEB board meeting next week, July 26th & 27th, at Otter Rock. You can access them via the link here or in the next section below, “Upcoming grants, deadlines, and events.”
    • If you are planning on attending the OWEB meeting, please let Mike know as it would be good to have a sense of who will be there.
  • Additionally, Senator Wyden is scheduled to host town hall meetings in Grant, Harney and Malheur counties on Wed, July 20th. You can find more information on these gatherings here.
  • If you are planning on attending COLT’s summer board meeting at Camp Sherman September 15th and 16th, make sure you reserve a cabin soon; they are filling up!
    • There are lots of camping options and other accommodations in the area as well.
  • Finally, the dates for the 2017 Land Camp are now set, so mark your calendars! April 10-12th at the Menucha Retreat and Conference Center in the Columbia Gorge
    • More information and registration opportunities will be forthcoming over the next number of months.

We hope this finds you well, as always, and please be in touch if you have any questions.

Warm regards,
Stephanie

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Allison Aldous, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Oregon’s senior freshwater scientist, and Zach Freed, TNC Oregon’s biohydrologist, dive into Oregon’s groundwater resources. Photo courtesy of The Nature Conservancy of Oregon.

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Wallowa Band Nez Perce descendant Wenix Red Elk stands beside a table of local flora used as food by Native American tribes in Wallowa Land Trust’s latest ‘Into The Wallowas‘ tour and presentation. Photo courtesy of Wallowa County Chieftain

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Portland Community College students join The Wetlands Conservancy (TWC) for a day of water quality and aquatic insect studies at TWC’s Cedar Mill preserve.

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