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Farms & Ranchlands The Farms & Ranchlands Program is the Trust's largest program area, whose purpose is to secure agricultural ground as perpetual working lands, helping keep farms and ranches intact.  Read more...
Habitat & Open Ground
The Trust's Habitat & Open Ground Program seeks to protect a varierty of lands along rivercourses and wetlands, on high bluffs and mountains and across the forests and prairies of the Wallowa Country.   Read more...
Outings
Into The Wallowa Outings introduce visitors and residents to some of the significant lands of the Wallowa Country, highlighting what makes this county so unique.   Read more...
Indian Sacred Lands
The Trust's Indian Sacred Lands Program seeks to assist tribes and Indian people in their efforts to protect selected lands of special significance to them.  Read more...

Lecture with Veronica Dujon

DujonJoin us for a lecture and discussion led by Portland State University's professor Veronica Dujon titled "Your Land, My Land: Using and Preserving Oregon's Natural Resources" on Thursday, August 7th at 6pm at the Josephy Center.  Read more...

Annual Picnic

gbh1It's time for Wallowa Land Trust's annual picnic on Sunday, August 3rd! Bring the whole family to enjoy live music, good food, and great company. Celebrate the year's successes with the supporters and staff who make it happen. Read more for details...

Summer Outings & Lectures

confluenceJoin us this summer for 7 outings and 2 evening presentations on topics ranging from bighorn sheep to outdoor survival skills to moraines with botanists, historians and more.  All events are free & open to the public. View the entire schedule...

East Moraine Forest Protected

forest40 acres of mature ponderosa pine woodlands on the east moraine of Wallowa Lake will now remain undeveloped and protected for wildlife habitat and sustainable timber harvesting and grazing. Landowners Jacob Hasslacher and Chris Antemann have placed a permanent conservation easement on their property.  Read more...