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An invitation to pause

An invitation to pause

Because of the power of our community, including each and every one of you, places like Bald Hill Farm are ...
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Elena and Freddie Explore

Elena and Freddie Explore

Elena’s love for nature is no accident. Since she was just a gleam in her mother’s eye, Elena has been ...
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The Next 30 Years

The Next 30 Years

Adapted from a speech by Phillip Hays accepting the 2019 Charles Ross Award, Greenbelt Annual Meeting February 28, 2019 I ...
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Sanctuary for Chinook

Sanctuary for Chinook

The Willamette River is the ecological life-line that runs through our Valley, but we often forget that it's there. Bridges ...
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Anyone Can Be a Naturalist

Anyone Can Be a Naturalis...

All You Need is a Love A conversation with Greenbelt volunteers Don Boucher and Lisa Millbank For Don and Lisa, ...
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Chapter one—The Roots of Greenbelt

Chapter one—The Roots of ...

For 30 years we’ve been rooted in this place, and today we’re going to take a walk back to explore ...
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A Greenbelt Vision, by Charlie & Elsie Ross, 1988

A Greenbelt Vision

"We support the greenbelt concept because it provides a happier way to live in cities large or small. Corvallis and ...
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Thoughts Along the Trail

Thoughts Along the Trail

by Larry Mahrt, Greenbelt Land Trust volunteer On a beautiful day in late February – that special time of year ...
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Why I Care & Give

Why I Care & Give

I was asked recently why I, as the Executive Director of Greenbelt Land Trust, give to Greenbelt monthly and why ...
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Stronger, Together

Stronger, Together

Nearly two years to the day after project partners held a kick-off community meeting at the VUE in 2016 to ...
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Poetry for the Soul

Poetry for the Soul

Like poetry, nature inspires and evokes emotion within us. We are excited to share both with you thanks to local poet, ...
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Adding 561 Acres to Conservation Corridor

Adding 561 Acres to Conse...

As the North Santiam River flows around a bend behind a dense stand of oak, cottonwood, and maple trees, a ...
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