Friday, November 3, 2017


Join WREN on Tuesday November 14th at 9:00 as we explore the Hansen/ See-Sil property with Sally Villegas-Moore. Sally is the BLM's West Eugene Wetlands Natural resource specialist and will guide our wander and will touch on land management through control burns as well as other interesting facts relating to the property . Wetland Wanders are casual walks through the West Eugene Wetlands. The walks are FREE and open to the public. We suggest to bring water and appropriate layers. WREN will provide binoculars for anyone interested. If you have any further questions don't hesitate to call or email!
Hansen/See-Sil: Directions: Take Royal Avenue West to the ODFW parking lot at Fern Ridge Reservior. If you have an ODFW permit you may park in the lot, otherwise, park along Royal Avenue. The site is on the north side of Royal, to the east of the house near the end of the road; look for the gate with BLM signage, and WREN staff.
*depending on rain, this walk can be a bit muddy, so bring boots as you see fit.

For more information: 
call 541-338-7047 
email info@wewetlands.org

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Play in the Rain Day!

10th Annual Play in the Rain Day!

Saturday, November 11th 10am-3pm

At Mount Pisgah Arboretum


Join WREN and other members of the Youth In Nature Partnership for our 10th Annual Play in the Rain Day! Play in the Rain Day is a free community event for families of all ages to play outdoors, rain or shine, and connect with nature! 

Activities Include:
Tree Climbing, Archery, Camfire Cookery, Nature Exploration / Hikes, Nature Crafts, Backcountry Horse Demos, Hayrides, Scavenger Hunts, Smokey Bear, FREE Parking courtesy of Lane County Parks.



We hope to see you there!

For more information: 
call 541-338-7047 
email info@wewetlands.org

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Wetland Wander

Wetland Wander at Willow Creek


Willow Creek Natural Area, managed by the Nature Conservancy, spans over 500 acres of native wet and upland prairie. The land provides essential habitat for a number of threatened and endangered species, particularly the Fender's blue butterfly.  Though it's too late in the season to see butterflies, there is still plenty of wild beauty to behold! Join mammal expert David Walp as we wander our way through Willow Creek and take in the turning of the seasons.


Directions: In West Eugene. Park and meet in the turnouts on W. 18th Ave, west of Bertelsen


WREN Wanders are casual walks through various West Eugene Wetlands sites each second Tuesday of every month. These exciting opportunities are FREE to the public and provide observation, education and inspiration in our surrounding natural spaces. WREN staff and volunteers will guide this walk. WREN will provide binoculars. 

For more information: 
call 541-338-7047 
email info@wewetlands.org

Family Exploration Day 

Saturday, October 7th

10am-2pm at Tsanchiifin Trail


Join WREN for our last Family Exploration Day of the year.  Enjoy the turning of the seasons and the crispness of the air as you explore the wetlands as a family.

Discover the West Eugene Wetlands with your family in a day of unstructured, independent exploration!


We provide a backpack of binoculars, field guides, bug net, hand lens, and bug boxes, you bring your curiosity and sense of adventure! Drop by anytime between 10am-2pm to check out your pack. WREN staff will be on hand to answer your questions. You can complete the wetland scavenger hunt or just explore on your own, it's up to you!


Directions: The Family Exploration Day will take place at the West Eugene Wetlands Partnership office: 751 S. Danebo Ave. (We're the red house on the hill!)


This event is FREE and families are encouraged!

Questions?
Contact Us: 541-338-7047 
info@wewetlands.org

Monday, September 11, 2017

National Public Lands Day

Join us for National Public Lands Day!   

  Stewart Pond Park & Disc Golf Course   

Saturday, September 30th 9am-12pm

 Directions: From West 11th Ave, turn north onto Bertelsen Road. Turn right onto Stewart Road, follow until end and park in gravel parking lot. 3853-4099 Stewart Rd, Eugene, OR 97402

This year, we are excited to be partnering once again with the Bureau of Land Management to host National Public Lands Day (NPLD) in Eugene! NPLD aims to get people connected with the public lands in their community and is one of the largest single-day volunteer efforts in the nation. We will be hosting NPLD in Eugene at the Stewart Pond Disc Golf Course (on Stewart Rd. East of Bertelsen Rd.) from 9am-noon on Saturday, September 30th. 


Join people nation-wide as we work to better the land that we all share!
 This is a FREE volunteer event to give back to our public lands and the community by helping remove invasive plants, pick up trash, maintain trails and more. Bring your co-workers, families and friends for a great morning of giving back and connecting with community!


Participants will receive a free t-shirt, parks pass and delicious local refreshments as well as opportunities to win prizes! 

We hope to see you there!




For more information: 
call 541-338-7047 
email info@wewetlands.org


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