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Eugene Wild Ones - February 2019 (Canceled)

*This event has been canceled due to weather conditions.

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

In February, 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!


Warriors and Public Lands: Our Stories, Our Public Lands

The face of public lands conservation in America is changing, but the public perception of who uses our National Forests, Parks, and other public lands hasn’t kept up with the times.  The people enjoying America’s trails, rivers, and natural areas today are younger and more diverse, and include a growing number of US military veterans.  From fly fishing on Wild and Scenic Rivers, to backpacking in National Forest Wilderness Areas, veterans are finding peace, freedom, and inspiration in our wild spaces.


Eugene Wild Ones - January 2019

Join us for the first Eugene Wild Ones program of the year! 

At this workshop, we'll be learning more about what's going on with wildlife - and in particular the wolf management plan - in the State, and prepare for our Wildlife Lobby Day in Salem on February 21. Danielle Moser, Oregon Wild's Wildlife Coordinator will join us on the phone to answer questions you might have. 


Bend Wild Wednesday: Snowshoeing 101

It's not Wednesday, but it will still be a great time! Join Oregon Wild for a presentation on how and where to snowshoe in central Oregon! We'll have tips and suggestions regarding everything from safety to gear to picking the most scenic trails. We'll include some "Snowshoeing 101" for those new to the activity as well as some tips on locations that would be applicable to all ability levels. 

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Wildlife Lobby Day

Please join Oregon Wild for our Salem Lobby Day on Thursday, February 21st.

This year's lobby day will focus on wildlife issues and ensuring that our state legislators know how much Oregonians care about protecting native fish and wildlife. Topics will range from Fish and Wildlife Commission appointments, to ODFW budget (including wolves), poaching, and more. As we approach February 21st, Danielle Moser, Wildlife Program Coordinator for Oregon Wild, will have more details on the specific bills and policies that you'll be speaking to legislators about. 

Portland Wild Ones Event: Advocacy 201

Please join us for the first Wild Ones training of the year: Advocacy 201. The goal of this meeting is to help everyone refine their advocacy skills as we prepare for two major opportunities in February: A future Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting on the proposed Wolf Plan and Oregon Wild's Wildlife Lobby Day in Salem on February 21st. 


Protecting the Nehalem River Public Meeting

The Oregon State Parks Commission is holding a listening session to gather public feedback on the proposed State Scenic Waterway designation for the Nehalem River. Two days later the Commission will make recommendations to the Governor regarding whether or not to protect the river. 

Forests, Carbon and Climate Change (Newport)

Join us for a panel presentation and insightful discussion about how our state can confront global climate change by modernizing our logging laws and better protecting our public lands.



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