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After the Smoke Clears (Portland)

Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at Revolution Hall for the first in a series of educational public forums on the Eagle Creek fire and how our community can support the recovery of the Columbia River Gorge.

Doors open at 6pm |  Event starts promptly at 7pm


Protect Our Public Forests!

Join Oregon Wild, and our friends from Cascadia Wildlands for an interactive workshop on current federal threats to public forests.

In the first part of this event, we will share information about two dangerous bills currently in Congress. Following the information session, we will host an interactive letter writing workshop and practice ways to make our voices heard by our federal representatives.

Folks of all ages are welcome. Letter writing materials will be provided by event hosts. Food and drink is available for purchase on site.

October Wild Ones - Fire Ecology Workshop

Join Oregon Wild’s grassroots team, Wild Ones, for a Fire Ecology Workshop on Tuesday, October 10, from 6:30 - 8:30. Oregon Wild's Conservation Director, Steve Pedery, will be giving a short presentation on fire ecology in the Pacific Northwest, which will address the many myths that mainstream media and politicians perpetuate each year when our forests burn. 


Eugene Wild One's Workshop - Fire Ecology!

Join the Eugene Wild Ones for a presentation on the science and politics of fire in Oregon's Forests. Learn how you can help Oregon Wild debunk fire myths that hurt our watersheds, wildlife and wild places. Enjoy a cold drink while you are at it! 


State Scenic Waterway Public Meeting in Nehalem

On September 12th in Nehalem, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) is asking for public comments on designating a portion of the Nehalem River as a State Scenic Waterway!

It is not everyday that OPRD studies a potential river for a State Scenic Waterway designation, in fact the department only considers three new rivers every two rivers. Earlier this year, OPRD committed to reviewing the Nehalem, South Umpqua, and North Santiam Rivers during this cycle. 

Tell OPRD: 

Eugene Oregon Wild Ones

 Hey Eugene Wild Ones! 

As you know, we have been holding back on summer events as you folks are all out enjoying the wild places, waters, and wildlife that Oregon Wild and the Wild Ones fight so hard to protect! 

It's August now, and we'd like to go ahead and get together for an easy evening of drinks, food, and Postcard Writing at the Tap and Growler! 


Eugene Volunteer Orientation

Would you like to help Oregon Wild do outreach at local events, take folks on hikes, and other volunteer work we have availble?

Join us to learn the ins and outs of what Oregon Wild is doing out in the world, and how you can help spread our message and defend the wild places we all love.



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