In the midst of the ridiculous scene unfolding at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, bigger, darker, and more intelligent forces are working to give away our public lands. Our public … Continue reading Stand Up for Public Lands!
Some of our favorite hikes here at Cascadia Wildlands wind through the Hardesty Mountain Roadless Area just southeast of Eugene. Hardesty is one of the closest old-growth, roadless areas you … Continue reading Mt. June/Hardesty Mountain Roadless Area Threatened with Old-Growth Clearcutting
Guest Post by John Williams (at right) Bull of the Woods and Opal Creek share a boundary, so I thought they would make a good start. Battle Ax Mountain … Continue reading Bull of the Woods High Point: Battle Ax Mountain
By Bob Ferris I became convinced yesterday that actors who play zombies in movies learned their walking techniques from fly fishermen wading in swift rivers on slippery and slimy cobble. … Continue reading Of Zombies, Zane Grey and Western Rivers
To celebrate the recent passage of the suction dredging bill and in an effort to remove myself from the computer, a friend of mine Kyle who works for a local … Continue reading Fantastic Fourth Float