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Winter Wildlife Field Days

Greenbelt is joining forces with over 32 other organizations in the Mid-Willamette Valley to bring Winter Wildlife Field Day Events to a park, refuge or natural area near you. There will be events at over 17 locations including parks in Corvallis, Albany, Dallas, Monmouth, Independence and Salem.

All events are family friendly and free with lots of fun activities offered in English and Spanish. Activities for kids and their parents will include an insect petting zoo, mole and dragonfly crafts, nature scavenger hunts, jumping spider challenge, stream table science and more!

No need to register in advance, just drop in and stay for as long or short as you'd like. Greenbelt will be attending four of the field stations: March 1st from 5 - 7 pm at the Corvallis Community Center, March 8th at Lilly Park in Corvallis from 1:30-4:30 pm, March 12th at Garfield Park in Corvallis from 2:30-5:30 pm, and on March 23rd at Riverview Park in Independence from 10 am - 1 pm.

For a complete list of events visit www.winterwildlifefielddays.org. Volunteers are greatly needed at each event as well - find more info about volunteering and how to sign up here!

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Kincaid’s Lupine Planting at Bald Hill Farm

Want to help a rare plant species? Join Greenbelt staff and fellow volunteers for a work party planting Kincaid's Lupine  at Bald Hill Farm on Tuesday, March 19th, from 10 am to 2 pm.

Kincaid's lupine is a threatened plant species that makes its home within the Willamette Valley. Kincaid's lupine populations are rare due to loss of prairie habitat and it needs our help to reestablish, especially because it is an important host species for the threatened Fender's Blue Butterfly. You can help Greenbelt Land Trust work to restore prairie habitat, Kincaid's lupine, and Fenders Blue Butterfly populations by joining us for this event!

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Event Series Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.

Thursday Volunteer Stewards

Five people pose by the back of a truck filled with blackberry stems. One woman is standing in the truck bed, while another celebrates with arms outstretched.Join the Thursday Volunteer Stewards for weekly habitat restoration, land stewardship, and trail maintenance projects around the Corvallis area. Projects and locations vary. Past project have included planting native prairie species at Bald Hill Farm, removing invasive scotchbroom in Philomath, monitoring rare wildlife in Albany, and improving the gravel tread on the Mulkey Ridge Trail.

The Thursday Volunteer Stewards meet rain or shine throughout the year, from 9am-12pm in the summer and from 12pm-3pm in the winter.