Oregon Announces Wolf Recovery Numbers

Concern and celebration go hand-in-hand for conservationists.

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Oregon Wild Wednesday with Tim Palmer (McKenzie River by Joel Zak)

Oregon Wild Tuesday (Eugene): A Field Guide to Oregon's Rivers

Join us March 17th at Claim 52 with author and photographer Tim Palmer.

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Ruby McConnell Oregon Wild Wednesday

Oregon Wild Wednesday (PDX): Girl Gone Wild

Join us March 25th at Base Camp Brewing for a special talk with Ruby McConnell.

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Hikes & Events

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Mar 05, 2015: Join Oregon Wild staff, colleagues, and supporters at the premiere environmental law conference in the country! The...
Wild Wednesday
Mar 17, 2015: Join Oregon Wild for a special Oregon Wild TUESDAY with a focus on Oregon’s iconic wild rivers. Award winning author...
Wild Wednesday
Mar 25, 2015: With all the buzz about Cheryl Strayed's Wild, there's been a brighter spotlight on wilderness in the Pacific Northwest...
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Mar 28, 2015: Join host and poet Kelly Eastlund for a fabulous evening of poetry & music to benefit Oregon Wild! More info at the...
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Oregon WildBlog

Feb 25, 2015 | Pam Hardy
By Pam Hardy, Central Oregon Field Coordinator The Forest Service has come up with a new idea on how to do NEPA.  It’s got me worried.  At its best it would mean streamlining...
Feb 23, 2015 |
by Sam Becker, Guest Blogger During my sophomore year I adopted a 2.4-mile stretch of the Bear Creek Greenway, a pedestrian/bike path, which runs along a river that flows through...