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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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Becoming the Wolf: How to be a Strong, Confident Political Advocate for Wolves and Wildlife

After being extirpated from Oregon’s landscape nearly 100 years ago, wolves are still fighting for a place within our state. 

Dirty politics, poaching, and conflicts with some ranching operations are just a few pressures affecting wolf recovery, but there is reason to have hope. Wolves have been on the steady incline for the last eight years, but they need political advocates like you to keep recovery on track. 

Come get the behind-the-scenes tale of wolf politics in Oregon, including the good, bad, and ugly players who are influencing their recovery. 

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Eugene Wild Ones - Summer 2016

Eugene's Wild Ones came out in force to our Kickoff in May! It's time to continue the program with a series of summer programs that includes social time and training in advocacy skills

Join us this summer for an engaging training and work-session series to make a difference for Oregon's wildlife and forests!

Summer schedule (additional outdoor activities might be added): 

- Tuesday, June 28, 6:30-8:30pm  RSVP

Central Coast Wild Ones 2016 Kickoff

The last two years we’ve seen Oregon politicians and special interest making gains attacking or trading away the things that make Oregon a special place. Luckily, we’ve also seen more Oregonians step up to defend our conservation values. But if we’re to succeed in protecting and restoring Oregon’s wildlife and wild places, we need to take things a step further.

That’s where Wild Ones comes in. 

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Eugene Wild Ones 2016 Kickoff

The last two years we’ve seen Oregon politicians and special interest making gains attacking or trading away the things that make Oregon a special place. Luckily, we’ve also seen more Oregonians step up to defend our conservation values. But if we’re to succeed in protecting and restoring Oregon’s wildlife and wild places, we need to take things a step further.

That’s where Wild Ones comes in. 

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Bend Wild Ones 2016 Kickoff

The last two years we’ve seen Oregon politicians and special interest making gains attacking or trading away the things that make Oregon a special place. Luckily, we’ve also seen more Oregonians step up to defend our conservation values. But if we’re to succeed in protecting and restoring Oregon’s wildlife and wild places, we need to take things a step further.

That’s where Wild Ones comes in. 

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Portland Wild Ones 2016 Kickoff

The last two years we’ve seen Oregon politicians and special interest making gains attacking or trading away the things that make Oregon a special place. Luckily, we’ve also seen more Oregonians step up to defend our conservation values. But if we’re to succeed in protecting and restoring Oregon’s wildlife and wild places, we need to take things a step further.

That’s where Wild Ones comes in. 

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