Maintenance Yard Cleanup

Maintenance Yard Cleanup

This project seems to be never ending; we started the cleanup in 2018 and it continues to this day. Getting rid of junk and garbage costs time and money but is the responsible thing to do. Some of the stuff that was making it hard to even turn a vehicle around in the yard was the classic “I might make use of that someday” type things but most of it was just pure and simple rodent habitat.

One of two old FEMA trailers heading down the road
Another load on the way to the dump
Some unusable vehicles being hauled away
Some unusable vehicles being hauled away
Another load on the way to the dump
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Luckily, we were able to sell some of needless things like two FEMA trailers and that trailer load of old vehicles–not for much but better than paying for their removal. There’s more to go and it will stay on our radar.

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EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

FALL BIRDING WITH HARRY FULLER

BIRDING WITH HARRY FULLER - SEPTEMBER 2023 Join Harry Fuller for a week of birding the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and Steens Mountain. Participants will be guided around the field

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SPRING BIRDING WITH HARRY FULLER

BIRDING WITH HARRY FULLER - MAY 2023 Join Harry Fuller for a week of birding the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and Steens Mountain. Participants will be guided around the field

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Casual Birding and Gentle Yoga

CASUAL BIRDING AND GENTLE YOGA - JUNE 2023 Join us for a 4-night program exploring the mindfulness and connection of bird watching and yoga at the field station, led by

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Geology Field Study

Explore the geology of Harney County. In this three-night program, participants will learn about the Steens Mt. and geothermal activity in South Eastern Oregon desert.

September 23 - 25, 2022

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