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 5/26/2020 at 3:15 PM Most of us have been impacted by the spread of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19...


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...


Planting the Burke's first camas bulbs

“We all have the responsibility to protect this way of life, to protect this Mother Earth.” – Connie McCloud, Puyallup...


Welcoming Wilman!

Every year Oxbow hosts one or more graduate students from Oregon State University who are pursuing research in native plant...


After the flood - October, 2019

Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center is adjacent to the Snoqualmie River, a vital waterway that flows from the Cascade Mountains...


Who are you as an Eater?

“Who are you as an Eater?” That’s what Oxbow asked 13 middle schoolers from Seattle’s Bush School in May of...


Oxbow welcomes a new AmeriCorps service member to the Education Team!

In an innovative partnership program spearheaded by CommonThreads in Bellingham, Oxbow is part of a state-wide food educators Mega Team...


STEM Learning on a Farm

You’ve probably heard the term “STEM” tossed around lately, especially if you’re involved in education or have school-aged children. In...