The number of jobs supported through our direct efforts
Over $1 million put back into our economy each year from our programs
Over 11,000 acres taken care of each year by reducing the threat of weeds, reducing wildfire risk, and improving wildlife habitat
Each year we get over 500 kids outside and learning about Wallowa County
Join us Saturday, May 14 from 4 pm to 6 pm at the Cloverleaf Hall for our 20th Anniversary Celebration. Eat cake, drink sparkling cider, and enjoy light appetizers and music. Meet staff and learn how you have helped us make a difference in Wallowa County and NE Oregon.
13th Annual Weed Tour is Friday May 27 from 9am to 3:15pm. Tour starts at the Cloverleaf Hall. The annual weed tour will include presentations on some of the latest weed research and weed management techniques, as well as information and a tour focusing on the region's most noxious weed invaders. Lunch is provided. This weed tour is geared towards the public and weed managers. For more information and to RSVP, contact Brian Clapp.
Join us at Wallowology on May 17 at 6pm and learn about a new geology research project. Have you ever wondered what was under your feet? Not just 10, but 100, or even 10,000 feet below you shoes? Scientists from the University of Oregon, Whitman College, and the California Institute of Technology are asking that very question in Wallowa County. Come learn how they plan to image not just what is one mile below, but as deep as 200 miles down.
We created a shared vision with our community for taking care of the land and water. Learn how we are putting this idea into practice.
Each year we get over 500 youth outside and learning about Wallowa County. We offer a range of programs for all ages.
By working across state lines, the Wallowa Canyonlands Partnership (WCP) has treated more than 17,980 acres in Oregon and Washington.