Rick Thomas, long time but now former resident of Camp Sherman, and longstanding member of the Friends’ board of directors, Rick’s passion for the Metolius Basin and his skilled photographic eye are evident from his imagery.
Ribbon Grass grows in wet soil and can either be a solid green color or a variegated green and cream color. The plant reaches a height of two to three feet. These grasses are often planted as decorative plants around households, however, in the Metolius Basin, these grasses have settled near the shores, and on […]
Summer, 2017 Interpretive Walks These Saturday morning walks are offered to all interested people at no charge. Children are welcome, but dogs are not appropriate. Wear sturdy footwear and bring water. July 1. 10:00 to Noon. Camp Sherman Bridge to Allingham Bridge and back. Learn about the unique riparian habitat of the Metolius ecosystem, explore […]