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Letter Writing for Wolves

Please join us for a letterwriting night for wolves! 

We will be writing letters to Governor Brown, guest opinion pieces, and letters to local papers.

We'll provide a short training on utilizing talking points, and steps for effectively getting your message across. 

**OH AND FREE PIZZA AND BEER!!**

Please RSVP to stephanie@oregonwild.org

Pack the ODFW Commission Wolf Meeting!

Oregon's Department of Fish and Wildlife has recommended to its citizen commission that they vote to remove endangered species protections from Oregon's small gray wolf population. This may be the last opportunity for citizens to speak up for maintaining protections.

Anti-wildlife interests are bussing supporters in to this meeting, so we need to make a strong showing. If wolves ever needed your voice, NOW is the time. Please join us! 

Please RSVP to stephanie@oregonwild.org 

Celebration of a (Wild) Life in Crescent City -- Wendell Wood

For those who may have missed the celebration in Eugene last month, the family and friends of Wendell Wood invite those who knew or appreciated him to a memorial event in honor of his rich and determined life spent protecting and marveling at the wonders of the natural world. This event is open to all.

Final Citizen Training to Protect Oregon's Wolves

At an upcoming public meeting, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission intends to vote on whether to remove wolves from the state list of endangered species. Your voice is needed to tell the commission to keep wolves protected. This workshop will help you prepare for that meeting so you can speak up for wolves with confidence and clarity.

30,000 Cheers for Crater Lake - A happy hour celebration

On the morning of Tuesday, October 20th, we will be delivering 30,000 signatures to Senator Wyden asking for permanent Wilderness protection for Crater Lake and the surrounding wildlands.

Haven't yet signed the petition? Click here!

ODFW Commission Meeting on Wolf Delisting

At an Oct 9th meeting in Florence, OR, The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission will be considering whether to remove grays wolves from the state's Endangered Species Act. This decision is a public process, and it's very important to have the participation and voices of the citizens of Oregon at this meeting! 

Eugene Activist Training for Wolves

 Join Oregon Wild, Cascadia Wildlands, and the Center for Biological Diversity for a workshop on testifying on behalf of Oregon's small and vulnerable wolf population.

While the skills learned at this workshop will be useful in a number of situations, it will be focused on preparing for the October 9th Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting in Florence, Oregon where the ODFW Commission will be considering a plan to remove wolves from Oregon's endangered species list.

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Portland Activist Training: Testifying for Wolves

 Join us at the Oregon Wild office for a workshop in comment writing and testifying on behalf of Oregon's small and vulnerable wolf population.

While the skills learned at this workshop will be useful in a number of situations, it will be focused on preparing for the October 9th Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting in Florence, Oregon where the ODFW Commission will be considering a plan to remove wolves from Oregon's endangered species list.

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Phone Banking for Wolves

Oregon's Fish and Wildlife Commission will soon be deciding whether to remove State Endangered Species protection from our 81 known wolves. We need to pack the house at their upcoming Oct 9th hearing in Florence, OR!

You can help by calling out to our members who live in the Florence and Eugene area. We'll be encouraging them to come to the delisting hearing and show their support by testifying, or just being a presence. If you have some time free, please help with this phone banking effort!

You will be provided with a script, training, and pizza.

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Bend Office Warming Party

Help us celebrate our new Bend office.  After a year of transition in both staff and location, the Bend office has finally settled into a new place right along the Deschutes River.  We would love to have all our friends over to help us make it home.  On Wednesday, September 23 from 4 - 7pm we'll throw open the doors for everyone to come visit, and see the view.  There will be beer and appetizers and plenty of people who love wild places.

Please RSVP so we know how many refreshments to have on hand!

Photo of the view from the new Bend office by Pam Hardy

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