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BLM Backyard Forest Plan Training - EUG

Want to learn more about the BLM's newly released plan for our backyard forests? Itching to write a letter that can impact the results? Join Oregon Wild at a training for interested forest activists!


Earth Day Trivia at Portland Brewing

Celebrate Earth Day with local craft beer and some public lands trivia!

  • Happy hour prices from 3-6 p.m.
  • Social hour from 6-7 p.m.
  • Trivia with Oregon Wild at 7 p.m.

Enjoy great beer, win great prizes, and experience a special screening of the new Protect Your Public Lands film by local filmmaker Trip Jennings.

10% of your purchases at Portland Brewing will benefit the work of Oregon Wild and their Oregon Brewshed® Alliance initiative to keep Oregon wild, green, and full of great beer!


From Pint to Trail: Eugene Brewshed® & Outdoors Celebration

Clean, pure water flows from wild lands high in the Cascades and filters through old-growth forests on the way to your tap in the Eugene area. This same water is used to brew Ninkasi’s famous beer. Opportunities to enjoy the lands and waters of Eugene’s brewshed® and surrounding public lands abound.


Adventures around Crater Lake with William Sullivan

Join Oregon Wild as we host famed Oregon hiking author William L. Sullivan to explore secret and endangered adventures around Crater Lake

Hiking season is right around the corner, so to celebrate Oregon Wild is hosting William Sullivan for a brew pub presentation, "New & Endangered Hikes Around Crater Lake." Free and open to the public!

#RefugeRally to Support Malheur and Public Lands

America’s public lands provide habitat for fish and wildlife, clean water, climate change mitigation, and places for our families to hike, camp, hunt, and fish. Unfortunately, the special places we love are under attack. The ongoing standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge has emboldened those who wish to privatize America’s National Parks, Forests, Monuments, and other public lands. While those who are threatening violence at the Malheur are grabbing headlines, their backers are working in Congress and in state legislatures to dismantle America’s public lands system.

Friends of the Ochocos Fire and Restoration Presenation

Each National Recreation Area is a little different depending on how the legislation is written.  Now is your chance to get in on the discussion to personalize things for the Ochoco Mountains.  The last of four open houses for Crook County residents will focus on "Fire and Restoration."

Photo by S. Lonsdale

Bend Office Holiday Party

Help us celebrate the holidays and the start of winter at our holiday open house on December 11 from 4 - 6pm.  The sun will set at 4:30 that evening, so come early to enjoy a little of our view of the beautiful sunset over the river.

We'll have updates on our campaigns, door prizes, beer from one of our Oregon Brewshed® Alliance partners, and hot spiced cider. The most important thing we'll have though is you!  It will be a great chance to connect with other Wilderness and wildlife lovers in central Oregon.


Eugene 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. 

**Refreshments will be provided**

Please RSVP to stephanie@oregonwild.org

Ochoco Mountains Open House

Join Oregon Wild and other friends of the Ochoco Mountains at this open house to learn more about the proposed Ochoco Mountains National Recreation Area.
The topic for this session is hunting.

Wildlife Lobby Day

We invite you to join us for Oregon Wild's 2016 Wildlife Lobby Day in Salem! You'll have a chance to meet with your own elected officials and talk to them face-to-face about the wildlife issues that matter most to you.

Oregon Wild will provide food and transportation -- and we'll start the day with lobbying training so you feel comfortable and confident when you go to talk with your elected officials.



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