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Eugene Oregon Wild Ones

 Hey Eugene Wild Ones! 

As you know, we have been holding back on summer events as you folks are all out enjoying the wild places, waters, and wildlife that Oregon Wild and the Wild Ones fight so hard to protect! 

It's August now, and we'd like to go ahead and get together for an easy evening of drinks, food, and Postcard Writing at the Tap and Growler! 

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Eugene Volunteer Orientation

Would you like to help Oregon Wild do outreach at local events, take folks on hikes, and other volunteer work we have availble?

Join us to learn the ins and outs of what Oregon Wild is doing out in the world, and how you can help spread our message and defend the wild places we all love.

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Southern Oregon Happy Hour

 

Join Oregon Wild's Executive Director Sean Stevens and Development Director Jonathan Jelen for a casual evening of conversation about the state of public lands in the West, wolf recovery in Oregon, the Crater Lake Wilderness, and our other conservation priorities.

This Land is Our Land Rally for Public Lands

This Land is Our Land!

In solidarity with a rally/march happening at the same time during Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City Utah, the Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA), Oregon Wild and the Great Old Broads for Wilderness will join with Outdoor Retailers from around the country in simultaneous marches, rallies and events highlighting and supporting our country’s public lands. 

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Senator Wyden Deschutes County Town Hall

We have another great opportunity to speak with Senator Wyden this week. Please consider attending his Town Hall to ask questions and support public lands!
 
When: Friday July 7th at 1:00pm

Stand by Your Land!

From the Oregon Coast to the Wallowa Mountains, Mount Hood to Crater Lake, Oregon is defined by its public lands. They are the places we work and play, owned and cherished by all of us. They provide habitat for fish and wildlife, and clean water. Unfortunately, our public lands are under attack. It isn't just armed militants at a remote Wildlife Refuge, politicians and polluting industries are trying to cut you off from your public lands, or sell them to the highest bidder.

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Eclipse Campout

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. If you've already reserved your spot to join us for the Eclipse Campout, please see the FAQs and list of items to bring below.

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Let's Talk about Wolves

Are wolves protected in Oregon? Where? Can you hunt wolves in Oregon? What’s the current state of wolves in Oregon? Get the answer to these questions and more at Oregon Wild’s educational presentation “Let’s Talk about Wolves”.

Join us Wednesday, July 12th at Broken Top Bottle Shop from 5:30 to 7:30pm for an evening presentation and conversation around the gray wolf in Oregon and its tumultuous history and perilous future. 

How to Plan Your Oregon PCT Adventure - Webinar with Guidebook Author Eli Boschetto

How to Plan Your Oregon PCT Adventure

Hike It in Sections, or All at Once

You don’t have to be a professional hiker to tick off a big life goal: Walking the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) across Oregon, from border to border. It’s not as tough as you think. All you need is the desire and the plan. That’s what you’ll learn in this June 20 webinar with Eli Boschetto, author of the new guidebook, Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon.

Eli will break down the planning process for you to get started on this awesome goal. You’ll learn:

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Stand by Your Land! A Community Forum on Keeping Public Lands in Public Hands

Public lands are under attack! On June 22, Oregon Wild, the Great Old Broads for Wilderness, and coalition partners are organizing a community forum about the war on public lands and the many efforts to protect them.

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