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Fostering healthy relationships with nature and community by creating space to heal and work the land and ourselves through shared learning experiences.

Creating community, connecting people and bringing hands-on opportunities to all ages.

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Skyrman Arboretum

-a tranquil oasis of nature in the middle of the city.

Small, under one acre, but vast in the assortment of native trees, the Central Point arboretum is the home to the largest Grey Pine in Oregon. When visiting don't be surprised by the array of native trees and shrubs peppered with seasonal fruit trees and vines nestled right in the middle of the City of Central Point, Oregon.

Creekside Project

-wildlife and natural landscape in our back yard.

Also located in the City of Central Point, this 30 acre riparian area contains wildlife, upland woodlands and small prairies alongside Bear Creek. Active salmon spawning and beaver activity can be observed on guided tours of the Creekside project. While this site is not open to the public, we welcome inquiries to join our land steward program and engagement events.



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I came to know that it wasn't naming the source of wonder that mattered, it was wonder itself.

-Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass

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