Oxbow Volunteerism: 2020 Recap + 2021 Opportunities!

2020 has been unpredictable, challenging, and all of the other cliché adjectives we hear over and over, but all relate...


“Harvesting” the benefits of outdoor education, rain or shine!

As we tuck our Kids’ Farm beds and fields away for the Winter, we are immensely grateful for the resilience...


2020 Conservation wrap-up: Amphibian Study and restoration in the Cherry Valley

This month, Oxbow’s small but mighty conservation team wrapped up two big projects at once: submitting a final report that...


Grow the Moment - Our grand finale with Chef Seth

We’ve spent the week highlighting Oxbow’s work, mission, and incredible partnerships through our Grow the Moment online auction, and tonight...


A raised garden bed redesign

Americorps Member Ben Mardis joined us late last summer as part of an innovative statewide partnership program spearheaded by CommonThreads...


Growing gardens, feeding a community

Back during the wet winter months of 2020, the 4th Graders of Frank Wagner Elementary each planted a few calendula...


Oxbow's commitment to take action against racism

Oxbow is a place of solace and connection; connection to the natural world, and to each other. We recognize that we...


Art in Nature

Oxbow’s Education team recently took turns creating Nature Art, a mindful practice that allowed for some creative expression outdoors. When...


COVID-19 and keeping our community safe

Updated 11/25/2020 at 5:15 PM We’ve all been impacted by COVID-19 in some way this year. We know that it’s...


Book Review: Nature's Best Hope by Doug Tallamy

Nature’s Best Hope:  A New Approach to Conservation that Starts in Your Yard Douglas W. Tallamy Timber Press, 2020, 254...