Reports and Fact Sheets
Learn about the latest Wilderness campaign or get the straight facts on global warming and NW old-growth forests.
Click on the images or the links below to access online PDF versions of the documents. (Must have Adobe Acrobat Reader, download here).
|Restoring eastern Oregon's dry forests: A practical guide for ecological restoration (view here)
|Oregon's Yellowstone - the Siskiyou Wild Rivers
a Wilderness and Wild & Scenic Rivers Proposal (view here)
|Climate Control: How Northwest Old-Growth Forests Can Help Fight Global Warming (view here)|
|Refuges in Peril: Fish, Wildlife, and the Klamath Water Crisis (view here)|
10 Most Endangered Places
Oregon's 10 Most Endangered Places 2013 (view here)
featuring Western Oregon Backyard Forests
|Oregon's 10 Most Endangered Places 2011 (view here)
featuring the Klamath Wetlands
|Oregon's 10 Most Endangered Places 2010 (view here)
featuring the Wild Rogue River
|Oregon's 10 Most Endangered Places 2009 (view here)
featuring the Crater Lake Wilderness proposal
Please feel free to print out and distribute any Oregon Wild fact sheets. For hard copies of reports, contact Sean Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.283.6343 ext 211.