Our deepest gratitude to the many donors, members, and grantors that have provided vital financial support in 2021. A HUGE thanks also to the families that have entrusted us to care for, teach, and enjoy nature adventures with their young people. We were so happy to share a bit of light during what was sometimes a difficult and dark year. Here’s to a better 2022! Please enjoy our special end of 2021 newsletter and feel free to donate here if you have not already!
Nearby Nature Stands in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter
Nearby Nature stands in solidarity with the Black community and the Black Lives Matter movement, demanding an end to systemic racism. We are deeply disturbed by the ongoing tragic losses of Black lives across the country and resolve to reflect on institutional biases at Nearby Nature and examine how they have contributed to racism in our community. Read more here.
Discover the Kalapuya Talking Stones in the Whilamut Natural Area of Alton Baker Park. Learn more about our area’s native people and check out interesting parts of the park you have never visited before. Check out our Honoring the Kalapuya page for a map link and more information.