What's New in Oregon
This year, 700 volunteers dedicated over 32,000 hours of their time to protect Oregon’s critical habitats. Watch a slideshow about their contributions.
For Portland resident Rochelle Savit, it’s about protecting open spaces and ensuring that the sparseness of rural communities are preserved to balance our urban lives.
It’s been eight years—and millions of seeded larvae—in the making. But the West Coast's only native oyster is making a comeback!
Urban youth are exploring nature—and restoring it—at preserves across the U.S. this summer! Learn more about the LEAF program and action in Oregon.
Volunteer Philip Bayles' childhood hobby is today's innovative restoration tool. See planes in action and wildlife he's helping protect.
Take a photo tour of Zumwalt Prairie Preserve and see why it was recently designated as a National Natural Landmark!
Meet this year's LEAF students in action as they take on the wild West!
Our state director is on a mission: to protect nature in Oregon — and to go birding! Discover Russ' favorite birds, hear their calls and share your list.
See photos and hear from a Conservancy scientist why the recent expansion of Yamhill Oaks Preserve west of McMinnville is important.