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Hikes & Events

Wild Wednesday
May 24, 2017: Wild Wednesday with LeeAnn Kriegh “Listening to Lookout Mountain” Crow’s Feet Commons and Oregon Wild have teamed up to...
Wild Wednesday
May 31, 2017: Join Oregon Wild at Base Camp Brewing Company for a pint and some local food cart fare for this special Oregon...
Wild Wednesday
May 31, 2017: Join Oregon Wild at Claim 52 Brewing for a pint and some local food cart fare for this special Oregon Wild event. ...
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Jun 04, 2017: Hike a well-loved trail along beautiful Brice Creek and to both the Upper and Lower Trestle Creek Falls. Difficulty:...
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May 18, 2017 | Arran Robertson
Email   Friday May 19, 2017 – 8:00 a.m. Embassy Suites Portland Airport Spruce & Oak Rooms 7900 NE 82nd Ave. Portland, Oregon 97220 Printable Agenda (pdf) RESOURCES 2016...
Wenaha pups
May 04, 2017 | Danielle Moser
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) recently released its draft revisions to the state’s Wolf Plan. Since wolves lost state protections in 2015, only the Plan...