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Upcoming Events & Activities

On-going Activities

Sisters Community Trails Meetings
Meetings are the second Thursday of the month. They are held at The Pines Club House, 612 N. Brooks Camp Rd. at 8:00 am. Check the calendar for actual dates. All STA members and the general public are welcome to attend.

Sisters Trails Workdays
Trail building and maintenance workdays will be periodically held starting in April and ending in October of each season. They are scheduled for the third Sunday at 9 am. We meet at the SPRD building near the high school.  Additional workdays will be scheduled as needed. If you would like to volunteer or become a trail adopter click here.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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Upcoming Events

 STA Speaker Series
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Wood-Keen-1Woody Keen has been a mountain bike advocate for over 20 years, and he has served on the International Mountain Bicycling Association Board of Directors for 6 years. When not doing volunteer work on local trails, his real job is being a professional trail consultant, having worked in 25 states, 2 Canadian Provinces, Grand Cayman, and Scotland.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
3b6403cPam Hardy is the Central Oregon Field Coordinator for Oregon Wild, whose mission is to protect and restore the state's wildlands, wildlife and waters.  She is responsible for negotiation and collaboration with the Deschutes, Ochoco and Malheur National Forest managers as well   as other interest groups (such as the timber industry) that might want to  have a say in how our public lands are managed.  When not in face-to-face negotiation, she can be found writing NEPA comments, field checking forest projects, or leading field trips.
Thursday, October 22, 2015
Michael Riehle is the Forest Service District Fisheries Biologist in Sisters, Oregon. His presentation will focus on his work as the team leader on the Whychus Floodplain Restoration and Dam Removal Project, which is a multi-year project to restore fish passage and flood channel connectivity on Whychus Creek. On a regional basis he has been working with various agencies, irrigators and Portland General Electric to restore habitat for bull trout, chinook salmon and steelhead to the Upper Deschutes River Watershed.