What a grand spring season it is here this year in the Walla Walla River Basin- you should see it, all of the natural world is alive and generating young for the future. This beautiful and unique basin hosts many hundreds of species that bring a wonderful spark of diversified life that allows all types…

My husband and I recently moved from Maine, a land of trees, snow, and rocky soil, to Walla Walla, with its wide open spaces, dry heat, and lushly growing farmlands. When I move to a new place, I love to learn all I can about a place when I move there, really dig deep into…

What an amazing place to be alive in April! The Walla Walla River Basin is eye poppingly beautiful this early spring month. The winter wheat around the valley is vivid green, the dogwood, cherry, apple and plum trees are covered with blooms and pollinating bees. This year looks really breath taking as thousands of wild…

It is March in the spectacular Walla Walla River Basin and a very vibrant green blanket sprinkled with patches of purple, yellow, white and pink flowers has covered this valley in places. The new wheat is a vivid living green in the late afternoon sun. We have had many grand rain storms which paint amazing…

Yes, it is a New Year and here in the beautiful Walla Walla Valley it is all about moisture accumulation. Every living organism requires water and is completely dependent on the water that is coming our way, this month and on into the next three months. This valley is wonderful and green in the spring…

It’s October here in the spectacular Walla Walla Valley. What a great time to visit this outstanding place. With September gone and October almost over the door is slightly open to winter. It is the arrival of shorter, cooler days and longer nights that has clued all native broad leaf shrubs and trees that it…