Cascadia Wildlands is teaming up with 13 other organizations to coordinate a rally in opposition of the Jordan Cove Energy Project. If built, this LNG/Fracked Gas Pipeline and Export Facility would harm nearly 500 waterways (100,000+ public drinking water), seize property from private landowners through eminent domain, create major safety and public health hazards, impact … Continue reading Join Us for a Rally Against the Fracked Gas Pipeline – January 15, 2019
This all-day strenuous hike is a collaboration between Cascadia Wildlands and Our Forests that will take you into one of the most primeval places left in Oregon. This hike doesn’t go to the Devil’s Staircase waterfall, but instead we will see a portion of one of the most extensive remaining old-growth forests remaining in the Coast … Continue reading Devil’s Staircase Hike: Carbon Basin and the Dark Grove — November 10th, 2018
REGISTER HERE TO JOIN US WHAT: Join Cascadia and Climate Justice League for a visit to the proposed Thurston Hills clearcut timber sale. The Springfield Bureau of Land Management is planning to clearcut log 100 acres of this public forest within Willamalane biking/hiking trails and directly adjacent to the Thurston Hills Natural Area. Cascadia Wildlands … Continue reading Hike & Bike the Threatened Thurston Hills Trails – November 3rd
When: Monday, October 22, 2018 6-8pm Where: Sam Bonds Brewing, 540 East 8th Street Eugene What: Join fire expert Richard Fairbanks for a discussion about the role of progressive fire management in keeping communities safe and maintaining forest resiliency. We’ll explore our region’s historical relationship with fire and possibilities for using commonsense fire management to … Continue reading Progressive Fire Mgmt. for Healthy Forests & Safe Communities — October 22nd
Join Oregon Wild and Cascadia Wildlands on a fall hike through old-growth forests affected by the 2003 Clark Fire near Fall Creek in the Willamette National Forest. This area is well known for its lush and beautiful creek-side trail, which we’ll experience while exploring the natural recovery of this diverse area after the fire. We’ll … Continue reading Fall Creek Fire Ecology Hike — October 14th
Join us for our monthly WildCAT volunteer meeting, where Cascadia volunteers connect, share and get involved in our conservation work. Get updates from our ongoing campaigns, meet like minds and get involved in the action of educating, agitating and organizing to defend wild places. Refreshments provided. All are welcome!
Don’t miss out on the last Pints Gone Wild! event of the year! THIS THURSDAY – September 6, 2018 We’ll be there from 6 – 8pm Benefit runs all day 12 – 9pm LOCATION: The Ninkasi Brewing Tasting Room, 272 Van Buren Street in Eugene’s historic Whiteaker neighborhood. Click here for the Facebook event … Continue reading Join Us for the Last Pints Event of 2018! — September 6
Join the Cascadia Wildlands family on a hike and campout in the historic Warner Creek forest east of Oakridge to celebrate our 20th year as an organization fighting for wild landscapes and threatened species throughout Cascadia. We’ll spend the afternoon hiking across Bunchgrass Ridge through the fire area, learning about fire ecology from resident experts, … Continue reading Cascadia 20 Year Anniversary Hike and Campout — August 25th & 26th!
Our friends at Camp Creek Cellars are generously hosting a benefit event for us, and you’re all invited! Cascadia Wildlands Benefit and “Dog Day Deals” Wine Sale and Tasting WHEN: Friday, August 24, 5-8 pm WHERE: Oregon Research Institute, 1776 Millrace Dr., Eugene Visit the Facebook event page. A $10 tasting fee at the door, … Continue reading Wine Tasting for Cascadia! Benefit Event — Friday, August 24, 2018
Join Cascadia Wildlands volunteers for our August WildCAT meeting at the Cascadia Office, 120 Shelton McMurphey Blvd Suite 240 in Eugene. Every month, on the fourth or fifth Wednesday of the month, we meet to discuss what’s happening in our ongoing environmental campaigns, share experiences from the last month, plan events and get involved in hands-on … Continue reading August WildCAT Meeting — August 29, 2018