Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Winecup Clarkia and Queen Anne's Lace 
decorate the trail leading to our new interpretive panels, highlighting the importance 
of the West Eugene Wetlands. 




Come out to the Tsanchiifin Trail and enjoy the splendor!

Friday, June 21, 2019

Celebrate WREN's 20th Anniversary with us!

Thank you for learning with WREN!



In the 2018/19 school year, WREN has reached 2,300 learners with NGSS supported curriculum!

Thank you all for learning with WREN!

We look forward to having you join us for our Family 

Exploration Days Summer programming.

10-2 p.m.


Saturday, July 13th
Golden Gardens

Saturday, August 10th
Meadowlark Prairie

Saturday, September 10th
Tsanchiifin Trail




Friday, May 10, 2019

Welcome Annie!

Welcome Annie, our new Americorps Intern! 



Annie grew up in Cleveland, where she developed an interest in wildlife conservation and sharing her passion for the natural world with others while volunteering at the Cleveland Natural History Museum. She double majored in Biopsychology and Environmental Studies at Tufts University and gained more environmental education experience through summer internships. After graduating, Annie spent time teaching English in Brazil and led outdoor natural science programs on Nantucket. She came to Oregon last winter to work on an organic goat dairy and settled in Portland afterwards working with a local watershed council. In joining WREN, Annie is pursuing her goals of making the world a better place for all living things, connecting people to nature, and promoting environmental conservation; she believes everyone should have access to the psychological and physical benefits of healthy natural spaces. In her spare time, Annie enjoys hiking, reading mystery novels, and cooking elaborate meals with friends. 

Friday, May 3, 2019

Thank You!


Thank you to everyone who participated in our City Nature Challenge Bioblitz event! From April 26-29th, Eugene/Springfield competed against 149 other cities world-wide recording flora and fauna observations using the iNaturalist app. We rocked the weekend with a total of 2,400 nature observations!

For a more detailed look at what we discovered, visit our iNaturalist webpage here: