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Portland Meet Up and Action Event

CANCELLED!

We invite you to join us for an action night and meet and greet on Wednesday, December 14th at the Migration Brewing Annex beginning at 5:30 PM.

Whether you're new to Oregon Wild or recommitting to the cause, this will be a great opportunity to learn about what we're doing to protect Oregon's wildlife and wild places, and how you can get involved.

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Winona LaDuke - Rights of Nature

Oregon Wild is joining Community Rights Lane County and UO Ethnic Studies and Native American Studies in hosting a “Rights of Nature” presentation by Winona LaDuke. 

When: Saturday, November 19th, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: University of Oregon EMU, 1228 University Street, Eugene
Tickets: $10 suggested donation, first come, first serve.​

Eugene Wild Ones: November 2016

The Oregon Wild Ones is a unique, grassroots advocacy training program that invites all Oregonians, of all backgrounds and ages, to engage in the political process on behalf of wildlife and wild places. 

Whether you've been to some of the summer Wild Ones gatherings or not, join us this fall for more engaging trainings and work-sessions to make a difference for Oregon's wildlife and forests!


 

- Tuesday, November 29th, 6:30-8:30pm

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Crater Lake and Climate Change (Bend)

From the wildlife that call it home to the color of the lake, to the snow pack to recreation opportunities, the Crater Lake region is experiencing impacts from climate change. We'll learn what has already happened, what we expect in coming years, and explore potential solutions for how we can help make a difference for Crater Lake and the surrounding forests.

Eugene Wild Ones: September 2016

The Oregon Wild Ones is a unique, grassroots advocacy training program that invites all Oregonians, of all backgrounds and ages, to engage in the political process on behalf of wildlife and wild places. 

Whether you've been to some of the summer Wild Ones gatherings or not, join us this fall for more engaging trainings and work-sessions to make a difference for Oregon's wildlife and forests!

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Testify for a Strong Wolf Plan

Oregonians overwhelmingly support the return of wolves to their rightful place on the landscape. Your efforts to speak on their behalf have helped ensure the native hunters continue on the path toward recovery. The future for wolves once again hangs in the balance. We - and they - need your voice.

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Howling Mad: A forum on wolves, politics, and restoring Oregon's environmental leadership (EUG)

The return of wolves to Oregon is a conservation success story. From the discovery of Oregon’s first wolf pack in 2008, to the journey of OR7, to the establishment of the Rogue Pack, wolves have captured the imagination of Oregonians.

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Howling Mad: A forum on wolves, politics, and restoring Oregon's environmental leadership (PDX)

The return of wolves to Oregon is a conservation success story. From the discovery of Oregon’s first wolf pack in 2008, to the journey of OR7, to the establishment of the Rogue Pack, wolves have captured the imagination of Oregonians.

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Crater Lake Wolf Rendezvous

Two years ago, we received the amazing news that Oregon's most famous wolf, OR-7, had found a mate, sired pups, and had taken up residence in the south Cascades as the alpha male of Western Oregon's first confirmed wolf pack since the 1940s - the Rogue pack (see the pups in the picture above from the US Fish and Wildlife Service)!

Central Coast: Spread The Word! Using letters, op-eds, and social media to spread your message far and wide!

Thank you to those of you who were able to attend our Central Coast Wild Ones Kickoff a few weeks ago at Rogue Brewers on the Bay! I think it was a great start to a productive and engaging program of advocacy for Oregon's wildlife and wild places!

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