The Range Club from Eastern Oregon University presents Exploring Oregon's Prairie, featuring presentations of research and natural history from Dr. Pat Kennedy, Dr. Sandra DeBano, and Dr. Tracey Johnson. This is not a BMC Heart of the Blues event but should be of interest to anyone who is interested in the bunchgrass prairie of Oregon.
Come join Blue Mountains Conservancy for a talk on life history of Chinook salmon! Learn about the life history of this important fish species and hear about the research the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is conducting in NE Oregon. It is sure to be an interesting talk from one of our local fish experts.
Come and get inspired at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival presented by Blue Mountains Conservancy at Zabel Hall on April 27th at 7:00 PM. The films feature nature's beauty, cutting edge environmental issues, humor and more. The films are a mix of short films between 4 and 25 minutes, and prices are $15 dollars for adults, $5 for students and children under 12 are free! Come and learn more about BMC, participate in our raffle and get inspired!!
Blue Mountains Conservancy
Dedicated to promoting stewardship of private and public lands for the preservation of the rural character and natural legacy of NE Oregon.