RIVER WALK WITH US IN THE OLD MILL
Learn more about our Riverhood and River Neighbor ecology in this one hour walk guided by Think Wild / Beaver Works experts.
Join our small group, for socially-distanced walks along the Deschutes River to learn of the wildlife along this riverscape and the benefits of beaver in our riparian ecosystems.
This short, informative walk is family friendly and free!
** A new River Walk has just been added Sunday October 18, and 10AM **
Note: Through 2020, we will be limiting Walks to 10 attendees total. Private group Walks are also available for 5-10 in a party. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
RESERVE YOUR PLACE FOR ONE OF THESE DAYS . . .
OCTOBER 18 - SUNDAY 8AM
OCTOBER 18 - SUNDAY 10AM (JUST ADDED)
NOVEMBER 22 - SUNDAY 8AM
RIVER NEIGHBORS OF THE DESCHUTES
Living on the banks of the river, you know the honks of geese, slaps of beaver tails at dusk, and trout rising for mayflies. You know the wild rhythms of waters that swell, recede, surge and flow always downstream. We are ALL river neighbors—wildlife and people together. But as relative newcomers on the scene, people have much to learn from the wild inhabitants.
We invite you to join us in finding ways to co-exist with fellow humans and wildlife alike. Living on one river, we are linked to one another. Each person brings a perspective, values, and a way of knowing. What we hope to find are the common currents, and an openness to learning about the ecology of the Deschutes. We invite you to consider being ambassadors for a river section—championing acts of reciprocity, so we all may give back to the river that gives so much.