Senator Wyden is looking to protect Oregon's rivers in 2020 and he needs to hear from you! Oregon Wild and Hopworks are getting the party started by nominating the North Fork Clackamas River (and others) to be protected as Wild & Scenic as he crafts new legislation.
Help us celebrate the HUB's North Fork Clackamas nomination and nominate your favorite rivers and tributaries for Wild & Scenic River protection and enjoy the great beer that Wild & Scenic Rivers help provide!
Join the Obsidians at their lodge in Eugene for a talk by Chandra LeGue, author of "Oregon's Ancient Forests: A Hiking Guide."
Have a happy Taco Tuesday with Oregon Wild and RISE (Refugee & Immigrant Services and Empowerment) at The Waypost!
From 5:00-6:30, a portion of the proceeds will be split between the two organizations.
In addition to serving great margaritas and other drinks, tacos at the Waypost are $2.50 all day on Tuesday!
Join Willamalane Parks & Recreation District, Oregon Wild, and the Oregon Brewshed Alliance to remove trash and help restore habitat areas in Clearwater Park along the Middle Fork Willamette River. We'll be picking up litter, removing invasive species, and planting and mulching native trees and shrubs. Please wear sturdy shoes and weather appropriate clothing. Gloves, trash bags, litter grabbers, and water will be provided.
Author Chandra LeGue, Oregon Wild’s Western Oregon Field Coordinator, wants you to know and love Oregon’s incredible ancient forests and guides you to them with 91 awe-inspiring hikes in her new book "Oregon's Ancient Forests: A hiking guide."
Join us for Corvallis' Global Climate Strike & Week of Action with a presentation about the important role forests play in global climate change.
Environmental and Climate Justice. What are these things and what do they mean? At this Wild Ones, we will explore the concepts of equity, diversity, and justice in the environmental movement, and discuss how these things impact Oregon Wild's work. From outdoor access and historic racism, to who has a seat at the table - equity and justice have become increasingly recognized as a crucial part of how we move forward in our work to protect and restore Oregon's wildlands, wildlife and waters.
Join the author of the new book "Oregon's Ancient Forests: A hiking guide," Oregon Wild staffer Chandra LeGue, at the Roseburg Public Library to learn more about the forests featured in the book, and some of her favorite trails.