Here in Central Oregon, scientists are studying the impact of climate change on our region.
Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel looks at the efforts of scientists to keep up with the effects of the chaotic and rapid changes in our ecosystems, and it all starts with a tiny member of the rabbit family.
Recently, the Deschutes County Commissioners talked to Donna Britt about two hot local topics. For this week’s Supper Club, Tammy Baney, Tony DeBone and Phil Henderson tackled the Central Oregon housing crisis, the rising homelessness population and issues.
The Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) is a group dedicated to protecting Oregon’s wildlands, and this year, they are celebrating 30 years of keeping the desert landscape safe. Brian Jennings gives us a look at the thousands of acres the group oversees everyday.
The Great Outdoors, sponsored by Camp Abbot Trading Company in Sunriver.
Some of Central Oregon’s most cutting-edge companies and organizations all gathered in one place today for the first-ever Innovation Day at OSU-Cascades, but three of the participants sat down with Donna Britt for a little preview of the event for this week’s Supper Club.
Preston Calicott, the CEO of Five Talent, Casey Cowan, communications director for Sudara, and the co-owner of Oregrown, Hunter Neubauer, talked about what innovation means to them.
The Bend Polo Club is on a mission to introduce the sport to a new audience in Central Oregon, and this weekend they’re hosting the Rube Evans Memorial Tournament this weekend at Camp Fraley Ranch and Polo Club with players from across the Pacific Northwest competing on horseback.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan headed down to the Bend Polo Club for a primer on the sport ahead of this weekend’s event.
A local nonprofit co-op that connects Central Oregon residents with the food from local farmers and ranchers is struggling to keep its doors open.
As Anyssa Bohanan reports, the loss of Central Oregon Locavore nonprofit would be felt by both customers and suppliers, like DD Ranch in Terrebonne.
Courtney Van Fossan is on a mission to bring the experience of riding a bike back to Bend’s aging community members. Cycling Without Age Bend would be part of a worldwide network using a “trishaw” and volunteers to take seniors for day trips, using the principles of slow riding, generosity, storytelling, and relationships. You can donate and get more info HERE!
More than 1,400 quilts will be on display when the 42nd annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show returns to Sisters, Oregon this Saturday.
This year’s theme is storyteller, and as Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan discovered, there is no shortage of storytellers at this year’s gathering.
Tour des Chutes co-founder and Sunnyside Sports owner Gary Bonacker along with Tour des Chutes Executive Director Sarah McDougall stopped by Central Oregon Daily to talk about how the annual non-competitive bike ride/walk/run got started and how you can participate in this year’s event on July 8th.
More info and registration at http://www.tourdeschutes.org/
Proceeds benefit LOCAL cancer survivors.