Featured River Story
By Cristina Watson -
May 28, 2014
For a river-focused funding initiative, there's no substitute for getting out in the field. This spring WRI staff had the opportunity to do just that on a tour of restoration projects in the Calapooia, North Santiam and South Santiam watersheds. We heard from farmers firsthand why they take part in habitat restoration, visited a prairie where an endangered plant thrives among cattle, and, ultimately, came away reflecting on how important relationships, adaptation and balance are in this work.
By Pam Wiley -
January 13, 2014
Reflection is especially important in the kind of complex, long-term work in which we're all engaged, but, let's face it - reflection is highly undervalued in a culture inclined toward immediacy. So it helps to practice it with intent. And open a window from time to time.
Friday, August 8, 2014 (All day) to Saturday, August 9, 2014 (All day)
A fun, family-friendly river recreation event highlighting Historic Downtown Albany as well as the many restoration and conservation projects happening around Albany to improve the health of the Willamette River.