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Wolf OR-7 Expedition screening at Portland EcoFilm Festival

Portland EcoFilm Festival and Oregon Wild present:

WOLF OR-7 EXPEDITION

Follow the six adventurers of the Wolf OR-7 expedition team, as they retrace the route taken by the GPS-collared wolf known as OR-7. OR-7 was born in NE Oregon and in 2011 left his pack and dispersed south to find new territory. He became the first known wolf in California in 90 years, and remains alive and wild. OR-7's travels, and his story, are an exploration of historic and modern-day human and wolf coexistence. 

Half of all box office proceeds donated to Oregon Wild!

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Wolf OR-7 Expedition Film Screening (Oregon Wild Wednesday: Portland)

Join Oregon Wild and our Oregon Brewshed® Alliance Partners at Base Camp Brewing Co. for a special film screening of Wolf OR-7 Expedition!

Follow six adventurers as they retrace the route taken by a GPS-collared Oregon wolf to explore human and wolf coexistence and meet the people along Wolf OR-7's route who now find themselves in wolf country.

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Wolf OR-7 Expedition Film Screening (Eugene)

Join Oregon Wild to follow six adventurers as they retrace the route taken by a GPS-collared Oregon wolf to explore human and wolf coexistence and meet the people along Wolf OR-7's route who now find themselves in wolf country. The Wolf OR-7 Expedition team retraced by bicycle and on foot the approximate route taken by the GPS-collared wolf called OR-7. The wolf was born in NE Oregon and in 2011 left his pack and dispersed South to find new territory. He became the first known wolf in California in 90 years, and he is still out there...
 

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Wolf OR-7 Expedition Film Screening (Newport)

Join Oregon Wild to follow six adventurers as they retrace the route taken by a GPS-collared Oregon wolf to explore human and wolf coexistence and meet the people along Wolf OR-7's route who now find themselves in wolf country. The Wolf OR-7 Expedition team retraced by bicycle and on foot the approximate route taken by the GPS-collared wolf called OR-7. The wolf was born in NE Oregon and in 2011 left his pack and dispersed South to find new territory. He became the first known wolf in California in 90 years, and he is still out there...

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Bend Film Screening: Medicine of the Wolf - SOLD OUT

Join Oregon Wild and the Sierra Club for a special screening of Medicine of the Wolf.

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Behind the Emerald Curtain Film Screening & Discussion

Are you ready to step "behind the emerald curtain" and see how Oregon's private and state forests are managed? Oregon is perceived as a green progressive state, but logging laws lag far behind other states and fail to protect public health and the commons. From toxic herbicides being sprayed on communities and watersheds to drinking watersheds being clearcut, communities and ecosystems are suffering and paying the price as multi-national corporate logging companies make record profits. 

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Medicine of the Wolf Screening - Eugene

“To look into the eyes of a wolf,” said Aldo Leopold, “is to see your own soul.”

In this beautiful and important documentary, filmmaker Julia Huffman travels to Minnesota and into wolf country to pursue the deep intrinsic value of perhaps the most unjustly maligned animal on the face of the planet. 

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Medicine of the Wolf Screening - Portland

“To look into the eyes of a wolf,” said Aldo Leopold, “is to see your own soul.”

In this beautiful and important documentary, filmmaker Julia Huffman travels to Minnesota and into wolf country to pursue the deep intrinsic value of perhaps the most unjustly maligned animal on the face of the planet. 

Medicine of the Wolf Film Screening

Join the Oregon Wild Ones for an exciting film screening of the award-winning "Medicine of the Wolf" that was just released last week!

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Speaking for the Trees: A film festival examining the impacts of forest management in western Oregon

Forest management issues in western Oregon have been the source of decades of conflict and controversy:  From logging of old-growth forests, extensive clearcuts, pesticide spraying, or streamside protections. These issues are often discussed by breaking down forest management along ownership lines (National Forests, BLM lands, state forests, private timber lands), but the impacts of logging practices are felt, and shared, across boundaries.

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