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Writing on the Wild Side #18 – An Ibis and a Rose in the Mix

May 23, 2016

By Mike Denny:  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... Read more »

New Girl in Town #2 – Learning on the Land

May 3, 2016

By Catie Joyce Bulay: 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,... Read more »

Writing on the Wild Side #17 – The Color and Texture of Life

April 25, 2016

By Mike Denny: 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... Read more »

Going to University in the Walla Walla Valley

March 14, 2016

By James Norton:  For the past four years I have been attending Walla Walla University and I have thoroughly enjoyed every moment. As a graduating senior I will soon be departing this wonderful valley but the memories and friendships I have made here will last a lifetime. The Walla Walla Valley is the perfect setting... Read more »

Cycling in Walla Walla Leaves you Breathless

April 3, 2014

By J. Andrew Rodriguez: Cycling in Walla Walla leaves you breathless. Not because you’re going up the occasional winding hill, flanked on either side by wheat fields in their emerald youth. Nor because you are screaming down another hill overlooking acres of vineyards or apple orchards. It’s that the Walla Walla Valley just feels like... Read more »