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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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Retirement Project

Retirement Project

Four and a half years ago I started a blog:  “Today,” I wrote, “we bought a farm.”  The reaction to ...
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So, what do you care about?

So, what do you care abou...

We asked for your feedback, and you didn't let us down! This past Spring we reached out to our members and ...
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Where the Wild Things BElong

Where the Wild Things BEl...

I’m bored… How many parents have heard this since the release of the wild ones? It begins in fun with ...
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This is Life, Baby

This is Life, Baby

We stood holding hands, looking up toward the oak savannah hillside to see a large herd of elk running down ...
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A Nerd For Birds

A Nerd For Birds

Andrew Stokes is a proud Bird Nerd! This recent OSU Fisheries and Wildlife graduate was a casual birder until only ...
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Run for Hills and Birds!

Run for Hills and Birds!

For most races I show up solely as a runner, but during the Run for the Hills race, I showed ...
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Delve Into Your Passion

Delve Into Your Passion

What are you passionate about? This was the prompt by writer and workshop teacher, Henry Hughes, this past week at ...
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The Wild Willamette

The Wild Willamette

When most of us think about Greenbelt Land Trust, the first place we often think of is Bald Hill Farm ...
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Salmon, Shrubs, Seuss

Salmon, Shrubs, Seuss

In order to create habitat for Chinook salmon, Greenbelt Land Trust planted about 30,000 ...
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Run for the Hills Changes

Run for the Hills Changes

When Cary Stephens first came up with the idea for Run for the Hills (RFH) ...
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