Oregon Wilderness Conference 2015 (photo by Michael Burkhardt)

2015 Oregon Wilderness Conference

Join us for the Block Party on May 15 and the Conference on May 16.

Register Here

Speak up for Oregon's native wildlife

Join us for activism training and events

Learn More
Balsam Root (photo by Pete Springer)

Spring is here - hit the trail!

Join Oregon Wild on these great wildflower, waterfall, and summit hikes.

RSVP Here
  •  
  •  
  •  

Because you Love Oregon.

Sign up to receive the latest Oregon Wild hikes, events, news, and actions.

Help Keep Oregon Wild.

Make Your Donation

Oregon Wild supporters help us protect and restore our wildlands, wildlife, and waters as an enduring legacy for future generations. Please donate today to help us keep Oregon wild.

View All

Take Action

Protect Oregon's Wolves

Though the entire state is home to only 77 known wolves, efforts are underway at the state, local, and federal level to strip wolves of the most basic protections.

Protect the McKenzie River Area from Clearcutting!

If you think the forests of the McKenzie River watershed should be protected and restored, not further degraded by intensive logging, please take a moment to send a comment.
View All

Hikes & Events

Hiking event
May 04, 2015: Soak in views of Oregon scenery and Washington wildflowers on this slower-paced trip in the mid-Columbia Gorge....
Hiking event
May 06, 2015: Identify and discuss area wildflowers while hiking along Eagle Creek through a vertical rock canyon and between old...
general event
May 06, 2015: Oregon Wild, Territorial Vineyards, and Mountain Rose Herbs are hosting a monthly happy hour for Oregon Wild supporters...
Conference
May 15, 2015: Register Here! Join Oregon Wild supporters, scientists, authors, outdoor businesses, and more for the 2015 Oregon...
View All

Oregon WildBlog

Apr 28, 2015 | Rob Klavins
Oh, what a difference a week can make! Below is an update full of the good and bad of what was a wild week for wolf recovery. Give it a read, but please also take the time to help...
Apr 09, 2015 |
by Mary Van Water defines Oregon.  Water is life for an antelope in the Alvord desert; water is death for the unwary crossing the Columbia bar.  Water carved the gorge. The...