As if delicious, locally-grown fresh fruits and vegetables weren't enough of a reason to head to the La Grande Farmers' Market in Max Square every Saturday morning from 9am-12pm... Tomorrow, Blue Mountains Conservancy will be hosting a booth there as well. Come on down and say hello, buy some raffle tickets, or find out what a conservation easement really IS! Hope to see you there!
Announcing our newest addition to the Heart of the Blues Lecture Series! Let's welcome Tony Malmberg of Beyond Organic Beef on Thursday, July 28, as he discusses Holistic Grazing Planning for Ecosystem Health. Bring your friends, bring your neighbors, bring your favorite rancher! Email Katie Boula with questions or check out our CALENDAR for other events and volunteer opportunities.
We here at the Conservancy pride ourselves on our dedication to conservation... Our technological know-how, however, is not always so keen! Since launching our new website, our email domains got lost somewhere in cyberspace, so if you've sent us a line and haven't heard back from us, we are VERY sorry! We tried hard to track down any emails sent in the last month to no avail. Hence the sad face emoji.
But here's the good news: we have solved the problem, and any emails sent to any Conservancy domain address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) will now come through crystal clear.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING!
Wow! Last week's presentation on moose in Eastern Oregon was a huge success! Pat Matthews presented to a packed room at Cook Memorial Library in La Grande, and taught the riveted audience about how a non-native species like moose have come to use Eastern Oregon as habitat. If you missed the presentation, don't worry! More Heart of the Blues Lecture Series and Outings are on their way. Or click HERE for our entire upcoming events calendar.
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.