You’re invited to the premiere of Blue Mountain Television’s Secret Life of the Forest: The Northern Blue Mountains created by editor/photographer Daniel Biggs and writer/narrator Mike Denny.
In this workshop, Jean Ann Mitchell will share her watercolor talents to teach drawing and painting of native plant botanicals. Jean Ann’s work is very recognizable in gift shops and galleries: detailed line drawings with beautiful colors artistically overlaid.
This hike takes place in the Umatilla National Forest on the Ridge Rim Trail deep in the Blue Mountains. The hike provides spectacular views of the forested canyons of the Umatilla River. Initially, the trail traverses on a level path through meadows overlooking the canyon of Lake Creek.
THIS EVENT HAS CHANGED FROM HOW IT WAS PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED. We’ve made some changes to our event All Aboard on Saturday, June 2nd that we think you’re going to enjoy. Can you resist chocolate and wine on a fine spring evening? Our revised trip will be on the Wine and Chocolate Train the evening of Saturday, June 2nd.
In this field workshop, we will facilitate a more “close-up” look at the amazing native plant diversity of the Blue Mountains. Participants will become familiar with the tools and resources needed to identify the flowers and other plants they will encounter while on their own future mountain ramblings.
Spend a spring morning exploring the finer details involved in small scale, sustainable, natural fiber production. Join Elaine Vandiver of Old Homestead Alpacas, a US Army combat veteran turned first generation farmer, as she shares how she manages and raises 35 alpacas to produce a line of farm-raised knitwear and specialty yarns.