Category Archives: canyon restoration
Join the Reed community in planting native trees and shrubs, removing invasives and rebuilding sections of damaged trail. The event is free and open to anyone. Tools, training, food and fun will be provided. The event will be held on Saturday, … finish reading Spring Canyon Day 2015
A new short film, Crystal Clear, showcases remarkable work done by the City of Portland Environmental Services, Reed College, Johnson Creek Watershed Council, and many others in the Crystal Springs Partnership. Our own Zac Perry, canyon-restoration manager, is featured.
Join the Reed community in planting native trees and shrubs, removing invasives and rebuilding sections of damaged trail. The event is free and open to anyone. Tools, training, food and fun will be provided. The event will be held on … finish reading Fall Canyon Day 2014
Watch Oregon Field Guide that highlights Crystal Springs and the Reed Canyon (starts around the 20:25 mark).
This fall Canyon Day was held on October 5th. A beautiful fall day surrounded the activities which included the removal of 6-cubic yards of invasive plant material, and the reintroduction of over 800 native understory shrubs and ground covers.
Well, the ground is hardened and the trails are little dusty out there- in the distance, you can see wide-eyed freshman descending on the campus. It must be the beginning of school here at Reed again. The 2012 summer… Continue reading
It's Summer Time! And in our continued attempt to restore and protect this beautiful resource, Canyon Crew has been diligently removing invasive plant materials, and expanding their "toolbox" of tricks to insure safe travels in and around the canyon… Continue reading
So, another Canyon Day has come and gone – but not without leaving a pretty big impact on the Canyon. Here's a recap of what we did: This spring, we decided to focus our efforts in the area just… Continue reading