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Members Walk: Jackson Frazier Wetlands (11/13/19)

  Calling all Greenbelt members! You are invited to this special members only lunch-time walk with us as we explore beautiful Jackson Frazier Wetlands. We’ll touch on the public and private partnerships that work together to make public access trails like Jackson Frazier Wetlands possible.  This will be a slow, easy walk with opportunity to share your knowledge and mingle with other members. Space is limited to 25 for this free event. This is part of a quarterly series of ‘Members Only’ outings … just one of the many incentives to become and renew your membership. If you are not a member, simply become one Read More

Restoration Tour at Horseshoe Lake

Please join us for this special walk at Horseshoe Lake — which is not open to the public — led by Greenbelt Stewardship Director, Matt Blakeley-Smith. This walk will explore the beauty of the land as well as our conservation work, restoring habitat for wildlife, native fish and chinook salmon. Recently, Greenbelt engaged in earthmoving work at Horseshoe Lake - an oxbow of the Willamette River — to remove two farm roads that were preventing the flow of water limiting refuge for juvenile salmon from river flooding.

Open House

Greenbelt Land Trust Office 101 SW Western Blvd., Corvallis

Join staff, volunteers, and friends for the annual conservation Open House hosted by Greenbelt and partners, Marys River Watershed Council and Benton Soil and Water Conservation District. Enjoy tasty food and drinks and see what projects and partnerships we have been working on this year! No RSVP required. All are welcome! Drop by or stay for the whole time at the Greenbelt's office located at 101 SW Western Blvd., Corvallis. See you there!

Winter Conservation Book Club Gathering

**This Event is Being Rescheduled** Join us in reading and talking about The Future of Nature by Barry Lopez for our next Conservation Book Club! We hope you will join us in reading this important book and sharing ideas, concerns, insights, and wonders during our gathering on Wednesday, January 22, 2020. "The western mindset is arguably one of the greatest threats to the world’s ecological balance. Corporatism and globalization are two of the obvious villains here, but what part does human nature play in the problem? Since its inception in 1982, Orion magazine has been a forum for looking beyond the effects of ecological crises to Read More

Nutrition by Nature: Walk and Talk

Bald Hill Farm 6780 NW Oak Creek Drive, Corvallis, OR 97330, Corvallis

While food is certainly a very important part of nutrition, there is so much more. Join Greenbelt, Enrich Health Consulting and local wildlife scientists for a unique talk and walk morning at Bald Hill Farm.

Members Walk: Fitton Green (2/18/20)

Calling all Greenbelt members! You are invited to this special members-only event as we walk the Allen Throop Loop at the top of Fitton Green Natural Area during twilight. Bring your cameras or simply enjoy unparalleled views of both the Coast Range and the Cascade Mountains during winter golden and blue hours. Fitton Green Natural Area is an important community property with trails open to the public year-round. A popular trail for its easily accessible higher elevation, we'll touch deeper on its history, talk about the first acquisition by Greenbelt founders, Charles and Elsie Fitton Ross, and the community's role in its protection. This will Read More

31st Annual Meeting

1st Presbyterian Church 114 SW 8th St., Corvallis

  Greenbelt Land Trust's 31st Annual Meeting is about YOU — our members and friends!  Each year we celebrate you and the critical land conservation work YOU make possible. Together, we'll reflect on the successes and challenges of 2019 and look ahead to 2020's exciting projects and programs. All are welcome to this free event. We look forward to spending the evening with you at the First Presbyterian Church, Dennis Hall addition.  

Family Walk: Wildlife Tracks

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Due to concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and in an abundance of caution, we have decided to cancel this event. Look for a re-scheduled event later in the year, and we hope you will be able to join us!

Volunteer Naturalist Orientation

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. Due to concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and in an abundance of caution, the Volunteer Naturalist Orientation will be postponed to a later date. We will provide updates as we have them and hope to see you soon!

Wildflowers Live from Kingston Prairie

Join Greenbelt's Outreach Coordinator Matt Benotsch for a live look at the wildflower bloom currently happening at Kingston Prairie preserve. This virtual tour is part of the Corvallis Sustainability Commission's Natural Areas Celebration Week.  We will be going live from the Greenbelt Facebook page but you do not need a Facebook account to participate. Join Here.

Conservation Book Club Online – H is for Hawk

Online

BOOK CLUB MOVES ONLINE The most recent meeting of the Greenbelt Conservation Book Club was postponed a few times, so thank you for your patience. We are bringing it back on May 21st, and moving it online! We will be discussing "H is for Hawk" a memoir from Helen Macdonald, who turns to the training of a young Goshawk in the wake of her father's death. We will set up the online platform, you read the book, and log in ready to discuss it. Sign up here to save your spot and we will send you more details.

Members Virtual Happy Hour

We're moving our annual happy hour online until we can get together again. Grab a drink or a snack, log on, and let's get to know each other. Share stories from the trails, reminisce about favorite events, and have a laugh with good *virtual* company. Sky High Brewing has been a long partner of Greenbelt through Raise A Pint! Night, Beers Made By Walking, and many a cold drink on a warm night! Now is the time to support them! Stop by Sky High to pick up a crowler and join us for a virtual happy hour on May 28th at 4:30pm. Meet Sky High and Greenbelt Read More