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Living with Lions

Living with Lions

An increase in reported sightings of black bears and mountain lions this month on Corvallis area trails has people talking ...
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Egg Hunt

Egg Hunt

Naturalist Lisa Millbank has been working for Greenbelt this summer conducting nest surveys for Western pond turtles. These shy creatures ...
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Monitoring Season

Monitoring Season

Throughout the year, our conservation and stewardship staff, volunteers, and partners from various agencies and organizations are busy monitoring birds, ...
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Bees in the Trees

Bees in the Trees

When we think of bees we tend to think of them in open spaces, on flowers in the sun, busily ...
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Healthy Trails to You!

Healthy Trails to You!

For many of us, trails and access to the outdoors are more important than ever. The Covid-19 pandemic has introduced ...
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Trails for All

Trails for All

As I crest the hill at Fitton Green before descending into the forest shade of Mulkey Ridge, I feel free ...
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Behind the Images: Q&A with Jonny Armstrong

Behind the Images: Q&...

Jonny Armstrong is an Assistant Professor in Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University and a Greenbelt Land Trust volunteer ...
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Twelve Questions with Jessica McDonald

Twelve Questions with Jes...

Q: Where did you grow up? Down a sweet rural road in the Mohawk Valley outside of Springfield. Q: What ...
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Greenbelt Haiku

Greenbelt Haiku

Did you know that April 17th is International Haiku Poetry Day? Typically about the natural world, haiku are short three ...
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Meet Our Executive Director

Meet Our Executive Direct...

Thank you for being long time friends, supporters and collaborative partners of Greenbelt Land Trust! The Board and Staff of ...
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Planting Kincaid’s ...

We are restoring upland prairie habitat at Bald Hill Farm, including habitat for the endangered Fender's blue butterfly ...
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