Reports and Fact Sheets

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Recent Reports

This report, prepared by Doug Heiken of Oregon Wild, analyzes the impacts of Senator Wyden’s proposed “Oregon and California Lands Act of 2013” (S.1784 and S.2734) and Reps.

More than 75 North American scientists requested today that the President direct his Secretary of Agriculture and Chief of the U.S.

Restoring eastern Oregon’s dry forests:
A practical guide for ecological restoration

Oregon: A State of Outdoors & A Tale of Two Economies

Congress attacks!
Anti-environment extremists target Oregon’s wildlands

Private industrial forests in Oregon are largely carbon deserts.

Protecting Special Places in a Time of Partisanship and Economic Peril

Oregon's Yellowstone - the Siskiyou Wild Rivers
a Wilderness and Wild & Scenic Rivers Proposal

Oregon’s Wildlands In the Age of Climate Change

Fact Sheets

Fact sheet highlighting the elements of a framework for a pro-conservation solution to current problems facing the Elliott State Forest.

Protecting an Oregon Icon
Oregon’s only National Park is threatened and needs Wilderness protection

A Legacy for Future Generations

Gem of the Cascades

Wildlife need wild places.
After years of conflict and uncertainty, it’s time to protect America’s most pristine backcountry.

Protecting Mature and Old-Growth Forests
Maintaining the Legacy of the Pacific Northwest

What's mined is yours
Protecting Oregon’s wildlands and waters by reforming the 1872 Mining Law

Lower Klamath and Tule Lake: for pelicans or potatoes?