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Teaching the Way of the Wolf

by Joanie Beldin

"In the end, we will conserve only what we love, we will love only what we understand, and we will understand only what we are taught." Baba Dioum

Where we go from here...

I’m not sure if I have ever been more shocked than I was yesterday when I heard the verdict in the trial of the seven militants who staged an armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Like you, I was left wondering how a band of bullies who filmed themselves trying to provoke a bloody showdown with law enforcement, destroying public property, and desecrating Native American artifacts could be found not guilty?

Find Your Adventure!

We joke that Shasta’s office looks like Christmas morning. As we’ve gotten closer to this year’s Call of the Wild, it’s filled up with all the amazing donated prize packages that will be up for auction at the event. I’ll occasionally drop by Shasta’s office, as will other staff, to paw through the latest goodies.

A summer of discovery

By Lauren Hillestad

Things heating up on the Oregon Coast, and it's not just climate change.

On September 24th, Oregon Wild joined our friend The Rockaway Beach Citizens For Watershed Protection up at Oswald West State Park to launch the Save Short Sands Campaign to raise awareness at the park about aerial spraying of clearcuts just outside park boundaries. This fall, multi-national clearcutting corporation Weyerheauser Co has been using helicopters to spray 80 different clearcuts in the region surrounding the park, and the Rockaway Beach Citizens group worked hard to let folks who live in the area know about the risks.

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