In Solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter


Dear Friends, Colleagues, Allies, and Supporters, Like so many of you, Cascadia Wildlands’ staff and board are moved to stand up in urgent protest of the distressing murder of George Floyd, a recent manifestation of a repugnant pattern of deep-rooted racism in our society. We were inspired to take part in the huge Black Lives … Continue reading In Solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter

Press Release: Landowners and Organizations Challenge Federal Green Light for Pipeline


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, May 27, 2020 Gabby Brown, Sierra Club, gabby.brown@sierraclub.org, 914-261-4626 Susan Jane Brown, Western Environmental Law Center, brown@westernlaw.org, 503-914-1323 Allie Rosenbluth, Rogue Climate, allie@rogueclimate.org, 541-816-2240 Dylan Plummer, Cascadia Wildlands, dylan@cascwild.org, 541-434-1463 Southern Oregon Advocates Challenge Federal Approval of Jordan Cove LNG [Washington, DC] — Today, southern Oregon organizations filed a lawsuit challenging … Continue reading Press Release: Landowners and Organizations Challenge Federal Green Light for Pipeline

BLM Attempting to Clearcut Thurston Hills Again Despite Fire Risk to Springfield


For Immediate Release 5/18/2020 Sam Krop, Grassroots Organizer, Cascadia Wildlands, (727) 432-5767, sam@cascwild.org Nick Cady, Legal Director, Cascadia Wildlands, (314) 482-3746, nick@cascwild.org Thurston Hills Timber Sale Moves Forward in Midst of Global Health Crisis Despite Community Opposition Springfield, OR – In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) made a … Continue reading BLM Attempting to Clearcut Thurston Hills Again Despite Fire Risk to Springfield

Support the Businesses Who Support Cascadia Wildlands!


It has been a rocky road for many businesses over the last few months, and it is imperative we as a community help out those that have done so much for Cascadia Wildlands over the years and who share the values we hold closely — big trees, raging rivers, wolves howling in the back country, … Continue reading Support the Businesses Who Support Cascadia Wildlands!

Legal Petition Filed to Regulate Washington Wolf-killing


For Immediate Release, May 11, 2020 Contact: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands Legal Director (314) 482-3746, nick@cascwild.org Legal Petition Seeks New Rules to Reduce Washington Wolf-killing SEATTLE— Conservation groups petitioned the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission today for rules limiting when the state can kill endangered wolves for conflicts with livestock. The state has killed 31 … Continue reading Legal Petition Filed to Regulate Washington Wolf-killing

FIELD REPORT / BLOG: In the Forest in the Age of COVID-19


By Gabe Scott Cascadia Wildlands In-house Counsel We’ve been keeping our eyes on the forests during the Pandemic. The crisis and response is revealing hidden priorities, shifting alliances, and revealing inequities. The public land agencies, the Forest Service and BLM, and the State governments, have been closing recreation, canceling restoration, and moving forward with logging … Continue reading FIELD REPORT / BLOG: In the Forest in the Age of COVID-19

BLOG: Field Checking Old-Growth on the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline Path


By Sam Krop, Cascadia Wildlands Grassroots Organizer In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we spent the weekend field checking a threatened area of old growth forest along the proposed Jordan Cove pipeline route out in the Oregon coast range between the towns of Remote and Sitkum, by Coquille. As we drove along the coast … Continue reading BLOG: Field Checking Old-Growth on the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline Path

Oregonians Demand Rehearing of Pipeline Project Approval


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, April 20, 2020 CONTACT: Gabe Scott, 541.434.1463, gscott@cascwild.org | Originally posted by Allie Rosenbluth, Rouge Climate, 541-816-2240, allie@rogueclimate.org | Oregonians Unite to Demand Rehearing on Jordan Cove LNG Federal Approval The Klamath Tribes, affected landowners, and public interest organizations request rehearing on fracked gas export terminal and pipeline in southern Oregon. [WASHINGTON, … Continue reading Oregonians Demand Rehearing of Pipeline Project Approval

2019 Washington Annual Wolf Report Released!


| April 20, 2020 | The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife released its annual wolf report today. The population posted meager overall growth resulting in a total count of 108 wolves up from 97 wolves last year. The number of packs decreased. Oregon posted large population gains this year, indicating that the stagnant growth … Continue reading 2019 Washington Annual Wolf Report Released!