A day to explore, discover, celebrate, and fall in love with Oregon lands that are protected forever.
Stay in touch to learn about 2018's Oregon Walk the Land Day
Participants on Blue Mountains Conservancy's lovely Umatilla ridge wildflower hike. Photo by Sarah Steele.
Learning about the 1,230-acre Metolius Preserve near Camp Sherman. Photo by Mike Running
Walking the gentle Metolius Preserve near Camp Sherman. Photo by Mike Running
Hard not to enjoy the land! Photo by Mike Running
Group photo, with hike leader and volunteer naturalist extraordinaire Carol Wall (3rd from left). Photo by Mike Running
28 joined the Greenbelt Land Trust on an informative tour highlighting the geology around the Mid-Willamette Valley. Photo by Jessica McDonald.
Photo by Crystal McMahon
Over 500 people came out to McKenzie River Trust's Green Island on Oregon Walk the Land Day. Photo by Liz Lawrence
Photo by Liz Lawrence
Photo by Brandi Crawford Ferguson
Photo by Elizabeth Goward
Photo by Holly McRae
25 joined the North Coast Land Conservancy on this beautiful hike through some of their protected lands. Photo by Bonnie Henderson
People enjoyed an informative dragonfly walk in Southern Oregon. Photo courtesy of SOLC.
Photo courtesy of SOLC.
Can you imagine a better place to be for Oregon Walk the Land Day? The Nature Conservancy's Zumwalt Prairie preserve. Photo by Kathleen Ackley.
Participants found a Vesper Sparrow nest. Photo by Kathleen Ackley.