Cascade-Siskiyou Action Meeting (PDX)

Any day now, President Trump will likely announce reductions for Oregon's Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, stripping protections for old-growth forests on public land. The president's recent actions to shrink Utah Monuments constitute the largest elimination of protected public land in American history, but his administration isn't finished yet.

Join Oregon Wild's grassroots action team, "Wild Ones," for an update on the fight to protect the mighty Cascade-Siskiyou, and learn how you can take action to defend this Monument from extractive interests.

Cascade-Siskiyou Action Meeting
Wednesday, March 7, 6-8pm 
(doors open at 5:30pm)
East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District
5211 N Williams Ave, Portland
More about the Cascade-Siskiyou:

The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is located where numerous ecoregions and mountain ranges collide in a stunning display of sheer geography and unparalleled biodiversity. The Monument has long been described as an ecological wonder due to its diversity of plant and animal life, which contributed to two presidents designating this area as a National Monument. In stripping the monument of protections, President Trump would open up this unique biological crossroads and the many species who call it home to aggressive commercial logging.


These threats to the Cascade-Siskiyou come against a backdrop of mounting attacks on public lands. The president’s recent orders to shrink America’s Monuments in Utah constitute the largest rollback of protected public land in our country’s history.

In the face of unprecedented threats to our public places, defenders of public lands need to get educated and get organized. Come join us for an evening of thoughtful discussion, refreshments, and next steps for taking action in defense of the public lands we love!

Photo of the CSNM: BLM