Assisted tree migration: Planting for climate resilience

What is tree migration? When you think of migration, your brain might immediately think of birds, butterflies, whales on the...


Bobcat Sighting Signals a Habitat Restoration Win

One of the questions we’re continuously asking at Oxbow is, “What wildlife lives here?” Oxbow comprises 240 acres of land;...


Fall Planting Season

When you think of “planting season,” what time of year comes to mind? For many gardeners, spring is where the...


Oxbow Summer Farm Camp: A season of sharing, connection, and fun!

Summer Farm Camp has been an integral part of Oxbow’s programming for over a decade. Year after year, kids of...


Sip & Stargaze offers a rare nighttime peek at Oxbow

Oxbow is thrilled to announce one of our most anticipated events of the year: Sip & Stargaze returns for its...


Pollinator Picks: Attract more pollinators by planting what they love

Pollinators prefer specific flowers for a wide variety of reasons, including size, shape, color, and ability to provide food and...


Four common pollinators that might surprise you

When you think of pollinators, your brain might go straight to graceful butterflies, fuzzy bumblebees, or maybe even hummingbirds flitting...


Volunteers Make it Happen: Winter recap and new 2021 volunteer opportunities

With three false flood alarms and only a few days of cold snow, we’re feeling grateful for a relatively mild...


Oxbow appears in National Geographic short film, Feathers in Flight

Over the past few years, Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center has served as a host for researchers studying how climate...