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August 2018

Farm to Cork Hike ***FILLED***

August 25 @ 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Bald Hill Farm

        ***This event is currently full. Thank you for your interest. To add your name to the waitlist, please email Rebecca. You've heard of the farm to fork movement, but have you done a farm to cork hike? Join Greenbelt and Lumos Wine Company for a special scenic hike from beautiful Bald Hill Farm through Mulkey Forest and Fitton Green Natural Area to Lumos' stunning Wren Vineyard. This guided hike will wind through forest, prairies, and multiple conservation areas with breath-taking pastoral and mountain vistas. We’ll see and learn about habitat restoration, landscape connections, wildlife corridors, flora and fauna, and more. The farm to fork…

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September 2018

A Conversation on Conservation

September 20 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Bald Hill Farm

          Nature has value, but what is that value and how do we protect it? Given competing interests and visions of the public good, how do we conserve our common resources such as land, water, and air? Participate in a thought-provoking discussion facilitated by Oregon Humanities. This is part of a Conversation Project hosted by Greenbelt Land Trust. Join us as we sit outside at beautiful Bald Hill Farm and explore our environmental values and question how those values are reflected—or not reflected—in current local, national, and global environmental policies. The discussion will be framed around two readings. Reading at least one in advance is recommended…

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Luckiamute Confluence Tour

September 23 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Willamette Bluffs

        Water is life! Explore our local rivers that are the lifeblood of the mid-Willamette Valley's people and wildlife. Join this special interactive tour of the Luckiamute River near its confluence with the Willamette River and nearby Santiam River in Polk County. This free and family-friendly outing is co-hosted by Greenbelt Land Trust, Luckiamute Watershed Council, and Polk Soil & Water Conservation District. We'll see first-hand select land and water protection projects underway, habitat restoration efforts in action, and how the power of partnerships helps to conserve this place we all call home. Tour sites include the upstream Jont Creek tributary of the Luckiamute River and…

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