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2018 Oregon Ballot Measure Voting Guide

The mid-term elections are just a month away and many across Oregon and the nation are already fired up to get out and vote. Along with the importance of the Congressional elections, Oregon has several important items on the ballot this year as well. Here are a few statewide ballot measures that Oregon Wild has weighed in on with critical implications for the future of our state.

 

Around the riverbend

Every summer when I was a kid, my parents would pile me, my older sister, and my younger brother into the back of our Ford passenger van at five in the morning. We would dutifully sleep for most of the four hour drive to my grandparents’ home along a tributary of the Rogue River.

We simply called our summer escape “Trail,” after the tiny town up the road.

September Wildlife Update

Celebrate Oregon's wildlands and wildlife!

It’s almost that time of the year again, Oregon Wild’s annual Call of the Wild benefit! Please join us on October 12th in Portland for our camping-inspired event. It’s because of members and supporters like you that we can do this critical work of protecting our state’s wildlands, wildlife, and waters.

August Wildlife Update: Wolves, Wildlife and the Endangered Species Act!

We're Back!

The Oregon Wild Wolf Pack Newsletter is back! Thank you for your patience while we got our new email system up and running. There may be a few kinks along the way, so if you happen to come across any challenges with our messages, please let us know

Wildlife Commissioner Sets Double Standard for Conservation, Insults Public's "Intellect"

As a recap--in February, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted to uplist the murrelet to ‘endangered’ under the state Endangered Species Act, then without any public notice, in June reversed their previous decision. 

Oregon Democrats Are Using Public Money to Advance Trump’s Public Lands Agenda

County governments throughout Oregon are helping fund a radical timber lobby group

If you live in Oregon, there's a good chance that your county government is helping fund a lawsuit to overturn the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in Southern Oregon. 

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