Founded in 1978, Southern Oregon Land Conservancy was created to ensure the natural wealth of the wild and working lands of the Rogue River region endure forever. As the state’s first regional, nonprofit land trust, they began working with local landowners to create conservation easements— a conservation approach to safeguard their lands in perpetuity. What began small has grown into 11,921 acres of protected lands across the Rogue River region.
This print is part of an ongoing series created for the benefit of conservation organizations working with land owners and stake holders to preserve unique habitats. These original hand pulled editions highlight current conservation goals and are used for fundraising and event promotion. 10% of all sales during the first year directly benefit conservation.