Wildflowers in Southern Oregon
NCM14014a_150508_0126 Wildflowers along the Upper Table Rock trail, Oregon. The Nature Conservancy bought land on Lower Table Rock over thirty years ago, creating our first preserve in the Rogue Valley. The Table Rocks are remnants of lava flows that filled the canyons of an ancient, meandering Rogue River over 7 million years ago. Atop these mesas is a mosaic of grassy mounds, stony flats and vernal, or seasonal, ponds. © © Ben Herndon/Tandem Stills+Motion

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Whetstone Savanna Work Party


Bring your family, enjoy spring wildflowers and help protect this unique habitat near Central Point, OR. During this family-friendly work party, volunteers will help remove invasive curly dock from vernal pools to improve the native habitat.

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If you have questions or would like to register a group of 5+, contact orvolunteers@tnc.org.

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Enjoy spring wildflowers and help remove invasive species in SW Oregon.