In May 2008, the Save the Wild Rogue Campaign engaged ECONorthwest to analyze the economic impacts that recreation related spending on the Wild & Scenic Rogue River has on the Josephine County
Reports and Fact Sheets
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A growing body of research has shown that the forests we love to fish and camp in can also be part of the solution to the greatest threat the world faces today: global warming.
Fish, Wildlife, and the Klamath Water Crisis
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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?
How Pacific Northwest Mature & Old-Growth Forests Can Help Fight Global Warming
Northwest Forests: Capturing Carbon from Roots to Tree Tops
Protecting & Restoring our Natural Heritage
Oregon’s legacy of unsustainable logging practices gives way to a promise for the future