Frogs Need a Leg Up

By Oxbow Conservation Program Manager, Matt Distler, PhD On one of the first evenings in late February when the air...


Unexpectedly Edible Native Plants

Our favorite way to eat salmonberries is right off of the plant, by the handful. Their bright blend of sweetness...


Where My Frogz At?

During early spring, ponds in the Snoqualmie Valley are a busy place, at least for a few creatures including northern...


2022 Year in Review

Bold efforts and big accomplishments This is not a humble brag. We’ve reflected on the work we achieved in 2022....


Hitting "Refresh" on our CSA

Returning Shareholders, friends, and family of Oxbow who are familiar with our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program may have noticed...


Assisted Tree Migration: Transplanting

This blog post is part 3 of a series following the Assisted Tree Migration Project—an experimental planting designed by Oxbow’s Conservation Team,...


Conservation Team Volunteer Highlight: Paul

Oxbow’s Conservation Team coordinates hundreds of volunteers annually to help them with various projects around the farm and at nearby...


A note on closures, wildfire smoke, and Oxtober date change

On September 10, the Bolt Creek Fire began, setting in motion an unprecedented few weeks of high smoke exposure for...


Tips for a pumpkintastic season!

We are so excited to have everyone visit the valley in just a few weeks for their dose of farmily fun...


Volunteer shoutout: Farmer Ladybug

Volunteer work is such a crucial part of our efforts at Oxbow. As a non-profit farm and conservation center in...