February 8, 2022 — Today, Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon Wild, and the Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center (KS Wild) filed suit challenging the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Archie Creek post-fire logging plans. The agency plans to log mature and old-growth stands on public land along the North Umpqua River, including northern spotted owl habitat, protected streamside forests, and within old-growth reserves and Wild & Scenic River corridors in violation of environmental rules and the agency’s own management plans.
by Adam Duvernay | The Register-GuardOriginally published June 3, 2021 The Bureau of Land Management has decided it will harvest trees from inside 910 acres scorched by the Holiday Farm … Continue reading BLM approves 910-acre salvage harvest in Holiday Farm Fire area
N126 Timber Sale Thank you to everyone that submitted comments on this project and helped field check this massive area! Stay tuned for opportunities to help push back on the … Continue reading N126 Timber Sale
Press Release For Immediate Release March 23, 2015 Contact: Nick Cady, Legal Director, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746 Doug Heiken, Conservation and Restoration Coordinator, Oregon Wild, 541-344-0675 Conservationists Halt Public Lands Clearcutting … Continue reading Cascadia Halts Huge Public Lands Clearcutting Outside Eugene