Join author Eli Boschetto (PCT: Oregon) for an inside look at his new guidebook, Day Hiking Mount Hood. Eli will be sharing features and details about hiking Oregon’s iconic peak, including trail selections where you can avoid the crowds for safe hiking as we get accustomed to new norms for recreating in our favorite outdoor areas.
The natural world offers beauty and resilience, and working to protect and restore it can give us hope and purpose in these grave times. Come together (digitally!) with a community of other nature lovers and writing enthusiasts for a special Earth Day-related book launch event featuring three local environmental authors and a fantastic outdoor-inspired raffle.
A celebration of womxn, and their inspiring contributions to conservation, environmental justice, and societal change and a call to action to continue to fight for gender equality, here in Oregon and around the world.
We hope you can join us for this special event on March 8th, 2020 at the Leaven Community Center on 5431 NE 20th Ave, Portland 97211 from 1:00-4:00 PM.
This is a family-friendly event with activities for kids and adults, remarks from inspirational community leaders, short film screenings and much more. This event is FREE and open to ALL.
In this month's installment of Oregon Wild's "Wild Wednesday" series, join Oregon Wild Board Member, search & rescue volunteer, ski patroller, and all-around inspiration Clara Soh for a presentation on backcountry skiing (or in her case, splitboarding) around Crater Lake.
Circumnavigating Crater Lake in the winter is a fun and ambitious way to experience Oregon's only National Park. Come hear about a recent trip on splitboard and skis, and make plans for your next adventure!
Join author of "Oregon's Ancient Forests" A hiking guide" and Oregon Wild staffer Chandra LeGue for a talk at the Cape Perpetua Visitor Center, just south of Yachats, as part of the Cape Perpetua Winter Speaker Series.
Join Oregon Wild at the Hult Center in Eugene for this year's National Geographic Live! series. Use the code “ORwild” at the online checkout and Oregon Wild gets $5 for each ticket you buy!