A vast majority of LandWatch's work centers around Oregon's state wide land use planning system, but the importance of preserving public lands on a national level is not lost on us.
A new study, released May 10, 2017, finds that when it comes to allocating water from the Upper Deschutes River for irrigation purposes, less is more.
Watch What's Brewing and Supper Club discussions.
Ever wonder why it's so easy to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city to explore the peaceful mountains, high desert, and farm and range land around Central Oregon?
The "kid from Kansas" continues his tireless quest to preserve the local environment
We're hosting a Student Mixer for OSU Cascades students, COCC students, and other young professionals to learn more about our work to protect farm and forest land, wildlife habitat, recreation areas and keep quality urban areas from inappropriate development.
Now through April, when you shop at Whole Foods you can donate your bag credit to LandWatch!
Photos: Deschutes River, Tom Beans; Mule Deer, Brent McGregor, Backstreet Bend, Matthew Hickey; Shevlin Larch, Kim Elton; Metolius River, Kim Elton