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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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Backyard birding is a great way for kids of all ages to stay connected with nature while we are all staying home.

Backyard Birding

“I would recommend bird watching to other kids who are also out of school because it is fun and it ...
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Where You At?

Where You At?

While the rain slants sideways out the window and the birds huddle into the bushes outside our front door at ...
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Horseshoe Lake Earthmoving

Earthmoving for water

Getting their feet wet: Intel and other big firms begin to fund Willamette River restoration work BENNETT HALL Corvallis Gazette-Times ...
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