Saturday, September 17th One Saturday in September, I slide my kayak into the waters of the Willamette River at Harrisburg. If you had a larger boat, you might want to find another launching spot because the river has created an extensive gravel bar between the cement boat ramp and the water. The river doesn’t promise permanence despite all our efforts to arrest its exuberance. After pushing into the river, I paddle with deep long strokes into the center of the river and pause to adjust my hat and look behind me at a procession of mostly canoes and a few kayaks. The Greenbelt Land Trust Read More
The blog is being re-invented! Starting this month, this site will be used to showcase bi-monthly musings on living with nature … brought to you by Greenbelt Land Trust Staff and Board. With our website, Facebook, and eNewsletters … we have many ways to keep people up-to-date on our work. The blog offers us an opportunity to go beyond updates and event notices, to be able to share our own stories of conservation with each of you. We hope you enjoy!