A city monitoring program in its second year relies on 150 citizen scientists to gather data about two bald eagle nests in Salem’s busiest parks.
Tag: SALEM PARKS
Spring may be a bit slow in arriving, but the flowering trees and the first brave bulbs were putting on a beautiful show for the attendees of the first Lord and Schryver open garden tour Saturday.
The funding will replace a walking path wrecked by a fallen tree, develop a mural, add seating and more.
Cheryl Hummon, who is retiring after 11 years with the Oregon Department of Agriculture, rolled up her sleeves with friends and coworkers to plant trees celebrating her work helping Oregon rivers and streams.
People cross the Peter Courtney Minto Island Bridge, which connects Minto Brown Island Park to Riverfront Park (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter) Salem’s largest park will soon have a station for cyclists to repair their bikes on the fly. A bike repair station with attached tools like a pump, wrench and screwdriver[Read More…]
Volunteers examine a clod of dirt during a work party at Englewood Park on Saturday, March 26, 2022 (Gerald Patrickson/Special to Salem Reporter) More than two dozen pairs of happy hands attacked the invasive growth on the east side of Salem’s Englewood Park Saturday in an ongoing campaign to create[Read More…]
Gretchen Carnaby, a garden designer and co-founder of the Mission Street Parks Conservancy, shows off a Japanese maple the group planted in the Bush Pasture Park ravine. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter) A dozen volunteers pulled weeds from bare dirt and sprayed water on newly-planted Japanese maple trees in Bush’s Pasture Park[Read More…]