We are excited to announce Oregon's newest preserve: Noble Oaks. Spanning 470 acres in the Willamette Valley, this oak savannah habitat connects two conservation areas and establishes a core habitat “anchor” in wine country.
The Nature Conservancy is humbled and honored to be named the best large non-profit to work for in Oregon. Thank you to our dedicated staff and to our members who make our work possible!
Join us during a work party this fall to help restore natural areas across Oregon.
From black bears to bobcats, Zumwalt Prairie is home to quite the diversity of life. And, for the first time in decades, wolves have returned to the preserve. Click above to watch a slideshow of trail cam photos.
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!
See photos and hear from a Conservancy scientist why the recent expansion of Yamhill Oaks Preserve west of McMinnville is important.