Due to the breeding season May 1st – August 31st of the endangered Oregon Vesper Sparrow, this location has limited viewing hours for Art Beyond and a RSVP is required.
Saturdays, 1pm to 4pm
RSVP to visit Vesper Meadow by clicking here
The Vesper Meadow Restoration Preserve is a demonstration site for biocultural restoration and nature connection. Vesper Meadow is an upland wet meadow surrounded by mixed conifer forest in the southern Cascades. Situated on the high divide of the Cascade-Siskiyou ranges, it serves as headwaters for two major Pacific Northwest Coast watersheds: the Rogue River and Klamath River basins. Recently protected by a private conservation buyer in June 2018, Vesper Meadow is now a rare upland meadow site that prioritizes native food plant cultivation and ecological values. They are managing for imperiled species, the native plant community, biodiversity, and wild foods.
Learn more at vespermeadow.org
Engage deeper with the concept of Barrera‘s art, and volunteer as a land steward to support the mission of Vesper Meadow. All are welcome to join at the scenic Vesper Meadow Restoration Preserve, and participate in restoration activities such as planting, creek-wood structure preparation, and seed collecting.