Ninkasi Commits to Another Wild Year

Local brewer and friend to Cascadia Wildlands Ninkasi Brewery just committed to another year of the legendary Pints Gone Wild events.  The 2012-2013 series will start in early September 2012.  Watch this site and the Pints Gone Wild page for updates and a solidified schedule.  Bands interested in getting a little wild exposure to benefit … Continue reading Ninkasi Commits to Another Wild Year

Cascadia Sues to Protect Seabird

For immediate release May 31, 2012   Contact: Josh Laughlin, Cascadia Wildlands, (541) 844-8182       Noah Greenwald, Center Biological Diversity, (503) 484-7495       Bob Sallinger, Portland Audubon Society, (503) 380-9728       Tanya Sanerib, Crag Law Center, (503) 525-2722         Lawsuit Filed to Protect Threatened Marbled Murrelets … Continue reading Cascadia Sues to Protect Seabird

Other Hikes

Schedule Coming Soon! For All Hikes: Bring a hefty lunch, 1/2 gallon of water, raingear, and stout boots. Hikes are typically off-trail unless otherwise noted and not for the thin-skinned. Hypothermia, broken bones, falling trees and branches, dermatitis, and even vehicle accidents are an inherent hazard to this activity and participants assume all personal risks … Continue reading Other Hikes

Devil’s Staircase: More Info

Waterfalls, old-growth rainforest, Pacific giant salamanders, roadless country, solitude. Find them all in the proposed Devil's Staircase Wilderness — a priceless wild area located in the heart of the central Oregon Coast Range, northeast of Reedsport, Oregon. The Devil's Staircase area has one of the greatest concentrations of primary rainforest in the Coast Range. It … Continue reading Devil’s Staircase: More Info

Forest Frontier: Recent Updates

March 04, 2011: A federal district judge in Anchorage ruled in favor of our coalition's roadless rule lawsuit, reinstating roadless rule protections for the Tongass National Forest. Read the decision here.   January 10, 2010: Three environmental groups sued the Forest Service in Federal District Court in Anchorage today, challenging the Logjam timber sale project on Alaska’s Tongass … Continue reading Forest Frontier: Recent Updates