Oregon Wilderness Conference 2015 (photo by Michael Burkhardt)

2015 Oregon Wilderness Conference

Join us for the Block Party on May 15 and the Conference on May 16.

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Balsam Root (photo by Pete Springer)

Spring is here - hit the trail!

Join Oregon Wild on these great wildflower, waterfall, and summit hikes.

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OR7-The Journey Film Screening

It's the Journey premier in Bend!

Watch the documentary April 28th at McMenamin's Old St. Francis School with Q&A to follow.

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Oregon Announces Wolf Recovery Numbers

Concern and celebration go hand-in-hand for conservationists.

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Hikes & Events

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Apr 06, 2015: The Siuslaw National Forest on the Oregon coast once saw some of the bitterest battles over old-growth logging in the...
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Apr 09, 2015: Check out ferns, forests, and falls as we hike up to reach spectacular 270-degree views of the Columbia River Gorge!...
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Apr 11, 2015: Explore a diverse old-growth forest along the crystal clear Cold Spring Creek leading up to the spectacular Tamanawas...
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Apr 14, 2015: The Siuslaw National Forest on the Oregon coast once saw some of the bitterest battles over old-growth logging in the...
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Oregon WildBlog

Mar 30, 2015 | Bridget Callahan
by Francesca Varela Late May. The wind-churned forests of the central Cascades. Douglas-firs, western hemlocks; the first blossoming of ocean-spray, of tight little shoots of...
Mar 23, 2015 | Chandra LeGue
This piece originally appeared in the newsletter for the Eugene Natural History Society, Nature Trails, March 2015. More about ENHS. Astrophysicist Janna Levin knows a lot about...