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OSB Meeting in Enterprise - June 2009
Board members visit with community leaders over dinner in Joseph. The board meeting included presentations from the community. Community participation is important to the board when they travel. Board members toured the watershed festival.
Board members visit with community leaders over dinner in Joseph.
The board meeting included presentations from the community.
Community participation is important to the board when they travel.
Board members toured the watershed festival.
After the meeting, Board members toured the Zumwalt Prairie. The prairie contains 33,000 acres protected by The Nature Conservancy. The tour was led by regional directors from The Nature Conservancy. The prairie was originally a homestead for the Zumwalt family.
After the meeting, Board members toured the Zumwalt Prairie.
The prairie contains 33,000 acres protected by The Nature Conservancy.
The tour was led by regional directors from The Nature Conservancy.
The prairie was originally a homestead for the Zumwalt family.
The prairie is the last of its kind in North America...maybe the world. Over 400 species of plants and animals call the prairie home. Trey Senn and Sara Vickerman enjoy the tour. The Seven Generals in Idaho frame the prairie from the ridge.
The prairie is the last of its kind in N. America...maybe the world.
Over 400 species of plants and animals call the prairie home.
Trey Senn and Sara Vickerman enjoy the tour.
The Seven Generals in Idaho frame the prairie from the ridge.
Martin Goebel takes in the solitude of prairie. Several streams run through the prairie. The ride back from the prairie featured glimpses of Oregon's past. The car had a flat tire on the way back to town.
Martin Goebel takes in the solitude of prairie.
Several streams run through the prairie.
The ride back from the prairie featured glimpses of Oregon's past.
The car had a flat tire on the way back to town.