Climbing the Quartz Timber Sale


The Quartz Timber sale is an 847-acre logging project set to take place in the Umpqua National Forest. The timber sale proposes to commercially log and burn older forest in the Cottage Grove Ranger District. We believe that insufficient consideration was given to the presence of imperiled spotted owls and red tree voles, both species … Continue reading Climbing the Quartz Timber Sale

Explore the Elliott State Forest with Cascadia Wildlands


We’ll be offering a couple of public hikes into the Elliott State Forest the spring/summer of 2016. The Elliott State Forest is between Reedsport and Coos Bay, and goes as far east as Loon Lake. About half of the Elliott has never been logged before, with big trees that grew back from an 1868 fire, providing … Continue reading Explore the Elliott State Forest with Cascadia Wildlands

Stand Up for Public Lands!


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 lands, our National Forests, our Wildlife Refuges, our National Parks, our Wild and Scenic Rivers, these are cherished and revered places across the Northwest.  They … Continue reading Stand Up for Public Lands!

Public Lands Rallies Planned Across Oregon


#RefugeRally Announced for Tuesday, Jan 19th Public will gather to support Malheur refuge, celebrate national public lands OREGON/WASHINGTON- Rallies supporting Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and public lands will be held across Oregon and Washington Tuesday, January 19th at noon. The public is invited to join this statewide event expressing appreciation for national public lands, their … Continue reading Public Lands Rallies Planned Across Oregon

“The Future of Wilderness in Oregon,” a Community Forum on Feb. 4 in Eugene


“The Future of Wilderness in Oregon,” a Community Forum February 4, 2015, 6:30-8 pm • 110 Willamette Hall, University of Oregon Oregon has long been regarded as a state full of natural treasures with ample forests, rivers and mountains. We rely on Wilderness to provide clean drinking water, wildlife habitat, recreation and solitude. Wilderness is … Continue reading “The Future of Wilderness in Oregon,” a Community Forum on Feb. 4 in Eugene

OR-7 The Journey : Film Premiere


“OR-7 The Journey” September 18, 2014 at 7:00pm Bijou Art Cinemas on 13th Ave. Eugene, Oregon Join Cascadia Wildlands and Oregon Wild on September 18, 2014 at 7pm in welcoming Oregon filmmaker Clemens Schenk for the Eugene premiere of “OR-7: The Journey”. RSVP HERE on the event page. Buy TICKETS ONLINE. “OR-7: The Journey” is … Continue reading OR-7 The Journey : Film Premiere

Talking Tongass: Cozmically


Come hear Cascadia Wildland’s Executive Director and large mammal biologist Bob Ferris talk about the issues surrounding the 17-million acre Tongass National Forest in Southeastern Alaska for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Science Pub series.   Bob is trained as a scientist and has spent the last two decades working in the conservation community.  He was … Continue reading Talking Tongass: Cozmically