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Winter Spring 2020 Newsletter Cover

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Winter Spring 2020 Newsletter cover photo © Lucas Rietmann.


Standing tall for old growth, public lands during a pandemic, and the logging industry's dirty secrets exposed

21 wild ideas for the future, remembering OR-7, and east side old growth at risk

A new future for Wild & Scenic Oregon, balancing recreation and conservation, and remembering a Wildlands Warrior: Mary Gautreaux.

Oregon Wild's 10 Most Endangered Places of 2019, next steps for protecting Oregon's rivers, and the best party of the year.

The Devil's in the details - Oregon's new Wilderness, 25 years under the Northwest Forest Plan, and Forests for All!

Addressing climate change through our forests, Viva Tu Propia Aventura con Vive NW, and Oregon Wild's 2019 legislative goals in Salem and D.C.

Soul River connecting youth and vets in the Ochocos, Oregon counties funding the Trump agenda, and the Pacific coastal marten - a creature feature.

50 years of Wild & Scenic Rivers, fire in our time, and Soul River runs wild. 

A decade of living dangerously for Oregon's wolves, equity in the wilderness, and see the trees for the climate.