Questions about our upcoming programs? 

Please call 928-779-1745 or email info@willowbendcenter.org.

Willow Bend is a strawbale building with passive and active solar design, native landscaping, and rainwater harvesting systems. Drop and pick up our self-guided tour brochure to learn about all our sustainable features.


Adult Education programs are led by experts in their field that donate their time to help Willow Bend.

**NEW ** Winter Wildlife Series

We are excited about our partnership with the Arboretum at Flagstaff on this series of presentations! Programs are free, but we welcome a suggested admission of $5 per person at the door. Members of Willow Bend or the Arboretum can show their membership card.

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Cougars, Corridors, and Conservation: 25 years of research and activism — Wednesday, March 4, 5–6pm.

Paul Beier will describe his ground-breaking research that demonstrated the importance of habitat corridors to maintaining populations of cougars (mountain lions). This launched him on a career studying animal movement and designing wildlife corridors for multiple species. Throughout, he has been an unabashed advocate for conserving corridors, working closely with wildlife and transportation agencies. Paul is an NAU Regents' Professor and his work ranges from California and Arizona to the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.

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