Join us on November 15 as geologist Hal Wershow takes us back in time to learn about the geologic history of the Upper Deschutes River basin–the headwaters of this iconic river.
Join inspiring nature author Terry Tempest Williams and talented illustrator Allen Crawford as they reflect on 50 years of preventing extinction, recovering species, and looking ahead to 50 more years of ensuring wildlife thrives.
Ecologist Dr. David Mildrexler will share his research on the importance of the region with a special focus on wildlife, water, and climate. He’ll also share conservation opportunities identified by world-renowned researchers.
On September 20th, join John Cissel, an old-growth lover and forest researcher who hiked thousands of miles of trails and published guides of his favorite hikes in the Mount Hood and Willamette National Forests.
Human civilizations have been profoundly influenced and affected by the way people have used – and abused – trees and forest products. Author John Perlin joins us to discuss the many ways forests have influenced societies over time.
Author Steven Hawley joins us to discuss the issues with dams and their impacts on salmon and wildlife and to look forward to a future of wild, free-flowing rivers and thriving salmon runs.
Learn about the importance of wildlife crossings and combatting habitat fragmentation in the Pacific Northwest.
Get to know some of the less well-known corners of the Tillamook and Clatsop State Forests while learning about the unique history, flora, and fauna of these public lands.
Join us to learn about the fascinating marbled murrelet and the habitats they depend on!
Join Oregon State University professor Tiffany Garcia, who will tell the story of torrent salamanders and their habitats.