From the Oregon Coast to the Wallowa Mountains, Mount Hood to Crater Lake, Oregon is defined by its public lands. They are the places we work and play, owned and cherished by all of us. They provide habitat for fish and wildlife, and clean water. Unfortunately, our public lands are under attack. It isn't just armed militants at a remote Wildlife Refuge, politicians and polluting industries are trying to cut you off from your public lands, or sell them to the highest bidder.