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From Wolves to the Warning: Facing Environmental Crisis through Science

“Scientists’ Second Warning to Humanity”

Dr. William Ripple, a distinguished professor in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University will share how society might face the environmental crisis through science.

The Old Church Concert Hall
1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR
​Doors open 6:30 p.m., talk begins at 7 p.m.


Depoe Bay Clearcutting & Aerial Spray Monitoring Workshop

Community Hall

220 SE Bay Street, Depoe Bay

May 13th 5:30-7:30pm

Free and open to the public. Personal laptops encouraged but not mandatory.

Join us for a workshop on how to use the Forest-activity Electronic Reporting Notification System, known as FERNS.
This online tool provided by the Department of Forestry can be used to monitor clearcutting, aerial spray, and roadbuilding near:

Education & Restoration Field Day at Tumalo Creek

The Central OR Bitterbrush Broads and Oregon Wild are teaming up with staff from the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council (UDWC) for a fun day of learning about the aquatic ecology and habitat of Tumalo Creek. Council staff will provide nets, kick screens, and waders so that we can discover the amazing array of aquatic invertebrates that live in the creek. We will also be planting native trees and shrubs that will ultimately provide shade and habitat for native fish and wildlife in that area.


Eugene Wild Ones - April 2019

Join our Eugene staff for our Eugene-based Oregon Wild Ones program! 


The Mythic Wolf: Positive Ancient Stories & True Life Tales

Join the Bitterbrush Broads and Oregon Wild for a special event featuring Storyteller Susan Strauss.


In Eugene - Watersheds In Crisis - Observations from Coos County

Watersheds in Crisis
With Micha Gross & Dan Pennington, Myrtle Glenn Farm -  Coquille, Oregon

In the rural southern Oregon Coast Range, Dan and Micha attempt to carve out an existence among industrial logging corporations.  

Their presentation is a series of high-quality video clips that relay the story of their personal experience running a sustainable farm and homestead on the Middle Creek watershed and how upstream industrial activity impacts the water, fish habitat, safety, and aesthetics of Middle Creek.  

Wilderness & River Protections Celebration

The Oregon Coast Range's largest remaining intact forest, one of Oregon's most important steelhead streams, and over 250 miles of free-flowing rivers just gained permanent protections from Congress! Thanks to years of leadership in Congress by Rep. Peter DeFazio and Senators Wyden and Merkley, the Devil's Staircase Wilderness, the Frank Moore Wild Steelhead Sanctuary, and a suite of Wild & Scenic Rivers protections are now on the books.


In Our Backyard: Local Timber Sales & Our Public Lands Town Hall

Join Cascadia Wildlands and Oregon Wild for a town hall discussion about BLM managed forests, timber sales, and key concerns for local public lands.


Eugene Wild Ones - March 2019

Join our Eugene staff for our Eugene-based Oregon Wild Ones program! 

This month, we'll dive into what's going on in the state legislature. There are lots of bills out there this session on issues we care about - from forestry and aerial spray to wildlife and pollinator protection. We'll break them down - the good, bad, and ugly - and help you advocate in the most effective ways possible. Please join us to learn more and take action!



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