David Stubbs


November 9, 2023

MORE reasons why geothermal ecosystems play a crucial role in supporting migration: Food Resources: Geothermal ecosystems can support unique flora and fauna, including thermophilic microorganisms and specialized plant and insect...

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October 16, 2023

“Belonging is at the heart of our work, and we are humbled by the success stories already taking root at Astoria.”                   ...

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Riverside Reflections: Microbial Ecology at Astoria

October 16, 2023

Ever wondered about the organisms inhabiting Astoria Hot Springs? In Kristin Revill’s Environmental Microbiology class at JH Community School, students Henry Wolff and Christa Finlay embarked on a mission to...

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Riverside Reflections: Showy Milkweed- Pollinators for Monarch Butterflies

September 11, 2023

A stunning patch of Showy Milkweed was recently discovered during Camp Astoria. These pink blooms are enticing to pollinators, and the leaves are a vital food source for Monarch butterflies....

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Astoria inspires the next generation of conservationists

August 21, 2023

“The most important element in fostering a sense of place is to teach ourselves, or let ourselves be taught, to see with fresh eyes the place where we find ourselves…It...

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Photo by David Stubbs

Support Astoria Today to Maximize your Impact

August 11, 2023

Astoria’s Local Impact: Restoration + Connection At Astoria, we know that the entire community experiences tectonic shifts in their life at one time or another and are in need of...

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Riverside Reflections: Beavers in Hot Water at Astoria

July 26, 2023

Species Spotlight: The American Beaver (Castor canadensis) Engineering experts American beavers are remarkable engineers and builders. They construct elaborate dams made from sticks, mud, and stones to create ponds and...

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