2023 Oregon Heritage Summit
The summit includes networking fun, a facilitated conversation around community engagement and how that impacts volunteer strategies, panel discussions hearing from fellow volunteer managers and volunteers, and a practical workshop to help you engage, retain, and value volunteers in a way that impacts both the volunteer and the organization.
Check out the summit event details for session topics and times.
Registration Survey: After…
The Deschutes River Equestrian Trail is a 22-mile round trip old railbed trail, shared with mountain-bikers, fishermen, back-country campers and hikers. It starts at the entrance parking lot and ends at Harris Ranch. It’s great for wildlife viewing, wildflower photography, and site-seeing in the Lower Deschutes River Canyon.
Reservations are required + a reservation fee of $8.00 per horse per day to ride your horse…
Tour Length: Approx. 2 hours.
Description: Fort Rock Cave is near Fort Rock State Natural Area. It is the site of instrumental archaeological discoveries dating back over 10,000 years. The Fort Rock Basin is a vital part of Native American history and life. Fort Rock Cave is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public only by a state park guided tour. Join us in learning about Fort Rock Cave&rsquo…
Description: The sweeping hillsides and cliffsides of Prineville Reservoir create a stunning backdrop for our guided kayak tour. Paddle with our interpretive staff and learn about local geology, area history, Water cycle and the plants and animals of the High Desert. Allow up to 3 hours for the tour, including pre-launch gear setup and post-launch check in. Kayak, paddle and PFD provided. Minimum age: Children 8 – 11 must ride with an…