Join us on August 12th to hear about efforts to protect state-owned old-growth forests and transition the management of our State Forests towards more climate-smart forestry.
A panel discussion on current and historic barriers to working in natural resources conservation, efforts to dismantle racism and other obstacles standing in the way of inclusivity, opportunities for change, and more.
Ben Deumling, the owner and manager of Zena Forest Products, will talk about how Oregonians relate to our forests, and how our actions and policies impact them.
Eastern Oregon's remaining old growth trees provide habitat for all sorts of unique wildlife. With a special focus on owls, we'll learn about the animals that depend on the big trees of Eastern Oregon and how we can protect them.
Northeast Oregon is home to America's deepest canyon and the longest recorded habitation by humans. Learn about the importance of the Snake River to indigenous people, wildlife, and generations of battles to protect and restore it from a diverse group of multigenerational advocates.
From wilderness areas to urban backyards, bees are always underfoot yet often unseen. Learn more at the June 24th presentation!
Take a virtual tour of some of the more off-the-beaten-path trails where you’ll be able to enjoy the mountain safely as we temporarily adjust our hiking habits in light of current health concerns.
What’s cute, fuzzy, an expert 'rafter' and that Oregon Wild is working hard to bring back to the state?
A discussion of new studies revealing a previously unexpected, tremendous capacity of west coast forests to absorb CO2.
Oregon's native wildlife need your voice!