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Camera Trapping with Jonny Armstrong

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Join Greenbelt and wildlife photographer Jonny Armstrong for a behind the scenes look at the art and science of high definition camera trapping.   Free and family friendly, register for this online presentation here:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpdeipqz8iHtyaWR7ZIvcjstMCMZjIPa3I  

Little Willamette Bird Walk **FULL – Waitlist Available**

This event is full, please contact Matt Benotsch for the waitlist, mbenotsch@greenbeltlandtrust.org Join Greenbelt Land Trust and our 2020 Volunteer of the Year, Paul Adamus, for a bird walk and tour of Little Willamette, a 199 acre property protected with a conservation easement in 2009, located in the floodplain of the Willamette River between Corvallis and Albany in Linn County.   Ten years of floodplain forest and prairie restoration by Greenbelt at Little Willamette has resulted in a more diverse and productive landscape for birds and other wildlife. Paul has been monitoring birds at Little Willamette and our other Willamette River floodplain restoration sites to Read More

Kingston Prairie Wildflowers and Native Bees **FULL -Waitlist Available**

This event is full, please contact Matt Benotsch for the waitlist, mbenotsch@greenbeltlandtrust.org What's the buzz?  Join Greenbelt Land Trust and members of the Oregon Bee Atlas project at Kingston Prairie Preserve to see what's blooming and flying at this 155 acre property protecting some of the best remaining native prairie in the Willamette Valley.   Shooting stars, Camas lilies, Oregon saxifrage, Checkermallows, Delphiniums, and more should all be in bloom in mid-May, making for a colorful display of wildflowers. Greenbelt staff will discuss the ecological importance of the site and the rare plant communities it supports.   All those wildflowers are visited and pollinated by some Read More

Santiam Kingston Hills Hike **FULL -Waitlist Available**

This event is full, please contact Matt Benotsch for the waitlist, mbenotsch@greenbeltlandtrust.org Join Greenbelt staff on an exploration of our Santiam Kingston Hills property, 406 acres of oak woodland and savanna, mixed hardwood and fir forest, riparian forest, river channel, and extensive uplands slated for future prairie restoration, situated along the North Santiam River.   We will discuss the regional importance of the site which is part of a conservation zone of over 1000 acres including our Kingston Prairie Preserve and adjacent public, private, and Tribal conservation lands, and talk about future management and restoration goals.   We will be touring at a moderate pace, Read More

Evergreen Vernal Pools and Wildflowers **FULL – Waitlist Available**

This event is full, please contact Matt Benotsch for the waitlist, mbenotsch@greenbeltlandtrust.org   Join Greenbelt staff on an exploration of the vernal pools and wildflower bloom at our Evergreen property outside of Philomath. Protected in 2009, this 221 acres holds wetlands, remnant prairie, ash swales, and has seen extensive restoration including creation of vernal pools.   Vernal pools are shallow depressions in wetlands or on other slow to drain soils that fill up with water in the fall and winter and dry up completely in the summer. They are home to many plant and animal species, and important habitat for migrating birds looking for a Read More