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January Wolf & Wildlife Update

For the first time in decades, multiple wolves were confirmed on the slopes of Mt. Hood!
There’s never a dull moment when it comes to wolves and wildlife. Let’s dive into our first update of 2018!
 
 

"Every Dollar Possible . . . No Matter Who Else Suffers"

This guest blog is from Francis Eatherington, winner of Oregon Wild's 2016 Tim Lillebo Wildlands Warrior Award,  it features her personal story of living amongst Oregon's industrial forestlands. Francis is a longtime forest activist, with a decades long history of fighting for Oregon's Forests, Watersheds, and Wildlife! 

Debunking Sec. Zinke's Claims on Shrinking Monuments

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A comprehensive analysis released today reveals the extent to which the Trump administration has deliberately sought to mislead the public on their plans to strip protections from America’s National Monuments. 

The Gift of Giving: Part III

The final installment of our blog about the Willamette Week's Give!Guide, where Oregon Wild staff members weigh in about which organizations they are choosing to donate to this year. 

The Gift Of Giving, Continued...

Adorable pup from Project Pooch

As a continuation of last week's blog about the Willamette Week's Give!Guide, two more Oregon Wild staff members weigh in about which organizations they are choosing to donate to this year. 

Marielle Cowdin, Outreach and Marketing Coordinator:

The Gift Of Giving

The last two weeks of the year is a time when a lot of people are making donations to support the organizations whose work they value. And this year, Oregon Wild is once again honored to be in the Willamette Week’s annual Give!Guide along with 149 other amazing non-profits who make Oregon such an amazing place.

Defending Monuments for the Next Generation

This last weekend, Oregon Wild staffer Gaby Diaz partnered with Passport Oregon to bring a group of young people outside to explore the Old Salmon River Trail. They meandered through old growth forests, talked about salmon and their role in healthy ecosystems, and pointed out the plants and animals that make this special place their home.
 

Forecast: Winter and back to work

Snow on the hills in the headwaters of the Walla Walla River in NE Oregon

For those of you who have been following my hiking adventures this summer and fall as I work to revise and republish Wendell Wood’s 1991 “Walking Guide to Oregon’s Ancient Forests”, welcome to the latest installment. This will also be my last post on this subject for a while, as my sabbatical is at an end I will be returning to my regular job as Western Oregon Field Coordinator for Oregon Wild next week. That doesn’t mean the book is done, though!

November Wolf and Wildlife Update

A lot has happened since our last update. It’s hard to imagine so much can happen in 30 days, but Oregon’s wolves have had a challenging month. The good news? Thanks to supporters like you, we’ll continue to elevate these issues and get wolf recovery back on track.
 
 

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