EDUCATION

Our work at the Blue Mountain Land Trust is more than just conserving land; it is connecting people to the land. Building a conservation and stewardship ethic in our communities is vital to ensuring the long-term success and viability of land conservation.

LEARNING ON THE LAND

Learning on the Land is a summer educational series that connects our community the region's natural resources. Please join us on any number of excursions that look fun to you!

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BIOBLITZ WALLA WALLA

Join us at Walla Walla’s first annual BioBlitz! Discover the biodiversity that thrives right outside Walla Walla's city limits at Rooks Park and Bennington Lake. Discover as many species as possible and enjoy guided walks with local naturalists.


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NATURE KIDS ON THE FARM

Welcome Table Farms and the Blue Mountain Land Trust are partnering to bring you Nature Kids on the Farm, a day camp for elementary and middle school students to explore the magic of farm life.

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NATURE KIDS

Nature Kids is an educational series dedicated to encouraging children to explore, play, learn about and take action for nature. Join us at one of our Nature Kids programs this year!


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EVERY KID IN A PARK

We are working with the Umatilla National Forest to help get every 4th grade student in the Blue Mountains their free park pass. 

THE BLUES COLLECTION

The Blues photo book collection is a visual celebration of the landscape and a reminder of our need to preserve and protect it for future generations. 


 

Cover photo by Bill Rodgers