Finally, Mount Pisgah at the Howard Buford Recreation Area had a large field that did not have the facilities to host large events.
What does HBRA stand for?
HBRA stands for Howard Buford Recreation Area (Oregon)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Pisgah are teaming up to give oak groves and grasslands a fighting chance of survival at the Howard Buford Recreation Area.
Byline: Theodore Palmer For The Register-Guard Mount Pisgah Arboretum is a nonprofit corporation that has developed and maintains a 209-acre site in the Howard Buford Recreation Area.
public hearings: Annexing territory within Blue River Water District; establishment of a public road in Howard Buford Recreation Area.
is selling the land for twice what it paid in 2002 - but far less than the $18,475 per acre the Bonneville Power Administration and others recently paid for 1,270 acres next to the Howard Buford Recreation Area that includes Mount Pisgah.
The property adjoins 3,500 acres of public land managed for conservation and recreation, including Lane County's 2,300-acre Howard Buford Recreation Area around Pisgah.
The rest of the money will come from state lottery funds and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, The property, which adjoins Howard Buford Recreation Area, will be managed and restored by the Nature Conservancy.
This small swath of the 2,363-acre Howard Buford Recreation Area - Lane County's largest park - includes seven miles of riverside trails with riparian meadows, evergreen forests, rare-tree forests, wildflower meadows and more.