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DC politicians and their backers in the logging, mining, and development industries are taking aim at the Endangered Species Act. A new bill aimed at delegating authority to cash-strapped states and...

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A new plan for 5.5 million acres of National Forest in NE Oregon proposes a return to destructive old-growth logging projects, jeopardizes fish and wildlife habitat, and shortchanges recreation,...
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Aug 24, 2018: Old growth, fire ecology, new Wilderness, and a Wild & Scenic River  -- what could be better? Difficulty:...
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Aug 25, 2018: One of the hidden gems of the Mt. Hood National Forest, this classic loop includes meadows and rock gardens, as well as...
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Aug 27, 2018: The Vista Ridge hike is arguably the most scenic alpine trail on Mount Hood in mid-summer when the wildflowers bloom....
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Aug 28, 2018: Join us for our 2018 Oregon Wild Ones workshop and activity series, and help make a difference for the public lands,...
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Oregon WildBlog

Closeup bumblebee photo via USDA
Aug 15, 2018 | Chandra LeGue
Bombus occidentalis is not your typical bee. For starters, unlike the many buzzing pollinators I observe in my organic yard or on the wildflowers lining the many trails I've...
Aug 08, 2018 | Danielle Moser
As a recap--in February, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted to uplist the murrelet to ‘endangered’ under the state Endangered Species Act, then without any public...