Wetland Gift Guide

It feels good to give loved ones awesome presents, especially gifts that benefit Oregon’s wetlands. Shop from the list below and your purchase will benefit not just your gifts recipient, but the work of The Wetlands Conservancy.

gift guidePack your sleeping bag, an adventurous spirit and join us for a weekend at Camp Westwind.  Located on the Salmon River estuary,  Westwind encompasses 500 acres of forest, dunes, beach and meadows jutting out above the ocean. We will offer activities for adults and children including tours, guided hikes, talks, art activities, storytelling and more.  All food and lodging will be included and most importantly plenty of time to stare at the ocean from the big Wilson Lodge deck.

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We have beautiful wetland cards ready for you to write in. Say hello, thinking of you or thank you with a set of beautiful Oregon wetlands and wetland bird images.

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This wonderful children’s book with 50 watercolor paintings of many of Oregon’s favorite animals is sure to be a hit for youngsters from 3-8. Short, factual and childlike rhymes with each animal add to the pleasure and education of our first learners. Paintings and rhymes by local gallery owner and painter Margo Greeve. 50% of sales benefits The Wetlands Conservancy.

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We all shop online, let’s just admit it! But never fear you can shop online and still make a difference. AmazonSmile is just that simple, shop as much as you want, just designate TWC as your charity of choice. Use this link and the rest is simple! You only have to sign-up once, and then forever be giving to TWC.

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Wear your state pride and love of wetlands with our 100% cotton Oregon beaver-t-shirt. Become a member of TWC’s beaver awareness and conservation community.  Even ducks fans will love this gift.  Special thanks to Pedal Portland for the t-shirt design. (More T-Shirt Pictures)

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gift-4Are you daydreaming of spring and summer wildflowers? Book this one of kind Willamette Valley wet prairie wetlands wildflower extravaganza.  Over the past twenty years, Mark Knaupp has transformed 500 acres of fescue fields to some of the most diverse wet prairie wetlands.  Join TWC Executive Director Esther Lev and landowner Mark Knaupp on a tour of Mud Slough Preserve.

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gift-5-newLooking for a gift that is perfect for all ages? Share your passion for Oregon’s wetlands and water with friends and family. The new member will receive some wetland cards and information about our work.  (Just add a dedication to the donation form!)

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