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Family conservation expo offers taste of outdoor life

Oregon Partners in Conservation Expo is hosting a family expo on February 3, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the First Interstate Event Center at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond.

Oregon’s vast landscapes are a treasure trove of outdoor adventures and the people who make it all possible will be coming together under one roof at one time for youth and families to enjoy, and pursue whatever may interest them.

They’ll meet experts from a wide variety of nonprofit outdoor recreation organizations alongside State & Federal Agencies responsible for our public lands who will showcase what they do and how to get started via hands-on, interactive, youth & family friendly exhibits. Whether it’s fishing, hunting, hiking, mushrooming, scuba diving, gold-panning, clamming/crabbing, falconry, each of the exhibitors share one thing in common – an enduring commitment to pure healthy enjoyment and responsible stewardship of our state’s many natural wonders. Attendees are invited to learn the possibilities that await you in the great outdoors and sample the many experiences.

Registration and entry is free to the public. Pre-register at https://bit.ly/OPCE-feb3.

 

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