Art, Tours and Tales of the Willamette River

In celebration of the 5th Annual Willamette River Festival (August 21-28th), WREN is ...

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Adapt, Survive, Thrive

Living organisms must have the genetic diversity to adapt to changing conditions or they don't...

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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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Art, Tours and Tales of the Willamette River

In celebration of the 5th Annual Willamette River Festival (August 21-28th), WREN is  coordinating efforts with eight community partners and watershed leaders to tell the stories of the Willamette River through the lens of self-guided tours of watershed...

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Adapt, Survive, Thrive

Living organisms must have the genetic diversity to adapt to changing conditions or they don't survive. For WREN the relevance of this lesson could not be clearer. We are nimble, flexible: it's built into our "DNA!"  The education environment changed dramatically...

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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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