The Crest at Willow-Witt is an educational non-profit organization based at Willow-Witt Ranch, in the mountains of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument east of Ashland, Oregon. Through self-guided tours, public events, school programs, and summer camps, we help visitors of all ages explore their roles and responsibilities in our dynamic local ecosystems.
Join us in characterizing the ecology of Willow-Witt Ranch with iNaturalist. While in-person programming might be on hold, you can visit the Ranch anytime for a solo or small group hike. Post any plant or animal observations on the iNaturalist App and it will be added to our new project: Willow-Witt Ranch Observations.
Check out the amazing birds and native plants that have been spotted here already and contribute your own discoveries. Through iNaturalist, The Crest and its community is contributing to research-grade citizen science efforts across the country – and the world!
We might be separated physically these days, but we can still collaborate and engage with nature in meaningful ways, together.
Take pictures of your observations and add them later if you don’t have phone service. Download iNaturalist wherever you get your apps.
Find more information at https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/willow-witt-ranch-observations.
We have a variety of programs for schools, community groups, and families to come and experience The Crest. Whether one night at our campground or summer day camps for school-age children, there’s plenty to explore, learn and enjoy.