Virtual Plant ID Walk & Learn
We are excited to announce that you are now able to participate in a virtual Plant ID Walk & Learn from your living room! In this video, Jody Einerson and Brad Withrow-Robinson from Oregon State University Extension Office show you how to identify several native woodland trees, shrubs and herbacious plants commonly found in our watershed. A big thank you goes to Willamette Habitat Restoration fund for providing the funding for this video production!
Thank you to our generous Love Your Watershed sponsors and partners for your support in helping us achieve our goal of connecting our communities to their watershed!
In order to comply with the latest federal and CDC recommendations and recent state requirements, we are canceling or postponing all of our April indoor and outdoor events. We hope to reschedule some of them for later in the year, and will continue to update our event calendar in the coming weeks. Please click here for a message from LWC Executive Director, Kristen Larson.
Date: Any day!
Place: Your home, yard or (once social distancing restricitions are lifted) your community!
Now is a great time to get involved in gathering data and observations of the natural world from your own backyard! The data you collect will contribute to a greater understanding of our natural world. Learn more by clicking here.
Date: Any day!
Place: Your internet-enabled computer, laptop or mobile device
The first step to protecting the health of your rivers, lands and communities is knowing which watershed you are a part of, and how your community fits into the bigger picture. Click here to learn how to identify your watershed.
Stay tuned for updates about our events and rescheduling information, coming soon!
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