You’re invited on a tour!
We’re offering three tours this summer and fall—Sept 13, 24 and 26. Join us for a discussion and a walk outside. Lunch is provided!
- Interested in land conservation and how it benefits local communities?
- Passionate about protecting Oregon’s forests and working lands?
- Curious about health and universal access design in a landscape?
Friday, September 13, 11am-2pm
Eagle Creek Community Forest, a 319-acre parcel near Estacada, is a role model for multiple uses for community benefit. It’s a haven for fish and wildlife, provides community recreation opportunities and provides revenue from timber harvests. This project is made possible thanks to The Trust for Public Land and US Forest Service’s Community Forest program. Interested? RSVP to Hugh. Want more information? Download the Eagle Creek tour flyer!
Tour hosted by Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District.
Tuesday, September 24, 10am-1pm
Owens Farm is a long-term vision for a landscape that is accessible to all, supports mental and physical health and protects unique species in Oregon. It’s a long-term collaboration between natural resource, health, and local governments to plan, design and build universal access trails on culturally-significant property. Interested? RSVP to Hugh. Want more information? Download the Owens Farm tour flyer!
Tour hosted by Greenbelt Land Trust.
Thursday, September 26, 11am-2pm
The Coonan family, the owners of one of the largest ranches in Jackson County, donated a conservation easement to the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy—permanently protecting 1,660 acres of the historic ranch. See firsthand how the Coonans are working to keep their lands in production while providing important conservation benefits. Interested? RSVP to Hugh. Want more information? Download the C2 Ranch tour flyer!
Tour hosted by Southern Oregon Land Conservancy.
INTERESTED in any or all of these opportunities? To RSVP or for more information, please contact Hugh Morrison, Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts firstname.lastname@example.org