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Eugene Testifies for Wolves in Portland

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission is holding a hearing in Portland about their revisions to the Wolf Conservation and Management Plan.  


Portland Wild Ones Training: Giving Public Testimony

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission officially announced a public hearing on the wolf plan for Friday May 19th in Portland.  It's critical we illustrate broad public support for Oregon's wolves by showing up in large numbers to testify.  


EVENT CANCELLED: Canvass to Save the Elliott


A few weeks ago, Tobias Read caved to grassroots pressure and  released a public statement in support of keeping the Elliott public. Our plan to canvass his neighborhood with Elliott yard signs this Sunday was meant to apply extra pressure so we could lock him into his tentative position; however, coalition partners and Oregon Wild have decided that any further pressure at this point might be unproductive, and therefore we are cancelling the canvass on April 23. Thanks to  all of you who signed up, and I apologize for the last minute cancellation ! 

Testify for Wolves in Klamath Falls

On April 21st in Klamath Falls, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will finally unveil their revisions to the Wolf Conservation and Management Plan, the document which determines how wolves will be managed in the state for the next five years.  Unfortunately, the Fish and Wildlife Commission is considering making it easier to kill wolves.  It’s imperative that we make our voices heard loud and clear that Oregonians do not support allowing any members of the public to hunt or trap wolves. 


Rally for Water & Wildlife!

Wednesday, April 19th, Oregonians from around the state will gather at our Capitol to tell elected officials we want them to take a stand for water and wildlife.
Join us on the Capitol Steps at 11am, where we will rally, and hear from speakers working to protect Oregon's Water and Wildlife! 
Wear blue for water, or brown and green for trees! 

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Eugene Wild Ones: Public Lands Advocacy 101

The Oregon Wild Ones advocacy training program is all about giving people who want to learn how to be more engaged and effective in advocating for Oregon's wildlands, wildlife, and waters the skills they need to do so. The trainings we offer - from letter writing, to giving public testimony, to using social media - can also be applied to other causes OregonWild Ones care about!


April Wild Ones Event (PDX): Public Lands and the Elliott State Forest

Public lands are under attack all across the west, but perhaps one of the greatest threats to public ownership is right here in Oregon. The State Land Board appears to be moving closer to privatizing the Elliott State Forest, which means advocates of public lands need to get organized! Come learn about the wide array of threats to public lands and what we can do to help save the Elliott State Forest:

Wild Ones Meeting - Public Lands Update and Next Steps
6:30pm - 8:30pm, April 11, 2017
Base Camp Brewing (930 SE Oak St, Portland)


Bend Public Lands Summit

As Oregonians, we are fortunate to interact with public lands and wild places regularly. Our access to the great outdoors is the reason many of us choose to reside here, but these wild places do not exist without the help of the citizens like you who are willing to speak up for them.


Book Reading of Beckie Elgin's book, Journey

The story of Oregon's most famous wolf OR-7 (aka Journey) continues to be one of the most inspiring wildlife stories in Oregon's history.

Public Interest Environmental Law Conference 2017

Join Oregon Wild staff, colleagues, and supporters at the premiere environmental law conference in the country!


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