Observing the most powerful planetary force: A short participatory workshop on soil health, why it matters, and some simple hands-on observations and demonstrations. The event is being held on the Wolfe Farm. Directions will be emailed before the event to RSVPs. Please keep reading for more important details and safety protocols.  

Tour Leaders:

-Peter Donovan (Soil Carbon Coalition)
-Woody Wolfe (Private Landowner, Farmer)
-Eric Greenwell (Wallowa Land Trust Conservation Program Manager)

Pack a camp chair, water, snacks, hat, and sunscreen for this one! Please bring your mask and hand sanitizer, however, we will have them on hand for attendees use as needed.


SAFETY PROTOCOLS & REQUIREMENTS:
-Open only to Wallowa County residents or those visitors who have been in the County for at least 14 days.
-An RSVP is required so we can limit group size. Group size will be kept at 15 or under, with no more than 20 including tour leaders and staff.
-Maintain at least 6 feet (at least 2 arm lengths) of distance from members not in your household at all times.
-A face mask will be required if at any time we must be within 6 ft. of one another (please bring your mask. We don't expect to need them, but we will have masks on hand to give out if needed)
-If you feel any COVID-19 symptoms before the event, stay home.

To attend the event, you must RSVP with our Outreach & Communications Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday, July 31 at noon. A detailed email with directions to the event, what to expect, what to bring, and safety requirements will be sent to you before the event.