Camas Flower

As spring is in the air and the flowers have started to blossom you may have noticed pretty purple...

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Happy American Wetlands Month!

May is the American Wetlands month! If you are out on a walk and see an area where water covers...

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Flying things at Sandpiper/Grimes Ponds

Spotted Spreadwing mating pair,Striped Meadowhawk pair ovipositing. This species oviposits in...

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OSTA Conference: SPLASH!

On Friday, October 11th, WREN's Environmental Education Specialist Annie Carter attended the 2019 Oregon Science Teachers Association Conference at Lane Community College. This event brought together teachers from around the state to share lessons and ideas and...

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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

WREN is carefully tracking public health and safety recommendations and requirements issued by local, state, and Federal agencies regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and safety our program participants, volunteers, and staff is our top priority during this...

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National Public Lands Day 2019

Saturday, September 28th9:00-12:00 p.m.West Eugene Wetlands Project Office; 751 S. Danebo Ave.FREE National Public Lands day aims to get people connected with the public lands in their community and is the largest single-day volunteer effort in the nation. This year,...

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Family Exploration Day 2019

Saturday, September 14th10:00am-2:00 p.m.West Eugene Wetlands Project Office; 751 S. Danebo Ave.FREE In celebration of our partnership with the BLM and the Every Kid Outdoors program, WREN will be hosting a very special FREE Family Exploration Day focused on...

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August Wetland Wander

Thank you to Abby Colehour (in red) from the Long Tom Watershed Council for leading a lovely Wetland Wander at Coyote Creek South!  This wet prairie restoration site is now home to streaked horn larks, a federally listed threatened species, and will hopefully provide...

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