In Oregon, our supporters have helped

preserve 87,973 acres of open space 

create a park or natural area within a 10-minute walk of 80,427 people

complete 164 projects and are actively supporting 9 community projects

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Staying close to home this spring? Plant a pollinator garden.
Even if your favorite parks are closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19, you can still find nature in your neighborhood—and you can even help care for the planet from your own backyard or balcony.
Ten places where LWCF could make a difference right now
During the coronavirus pandemic, nature has taken on a whole new meaning for many of us, becoming a vital respite from anxiety, grief, and cabin fever. But not everyone has safe, equal access to the outdoors: parks may be too few and far between, sidewalks too narrow or nonexistent, and open space restricted by locked gates and “No Trespassing” signs (even before officials started to make difficult decisions to close parks to protect public health).
In Oregon, an island park honors a conservation trailblazer
Conservationist, environmental lawyer, transportation expert, scholar, athlete, outdoorswoman … Gail Achterman was many things, but her family and friends tend to describe her the same way: a force of nature.

Local offices

15 SW Colorado Avenue, Suite 100 | Bend, Oregon  97702
Phone: (541) 322-0133 | Email Address: [email protected]
Regional Director, Washington & Oregon
David Patton

Oregon Conservation Director
Kristin Kovalik

Northwest Board

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