Science Review Begins for Northwest Forest Plan Revision


For Immediate Release November 10, 2016   Northwest Forest Plan science synthesis review begins Will help inform forest management efforts in Pacific Northwest   Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746, nick@cascwild.org Susan Jane Brown, Western Environmental Law Center, 503-914-1323, brown@westernlaw.org    Portland, Ore.–Today, the United States Forest Service released for public and heightened peer review its … Continue reading Science Review Begins for Northwest Forest Plan Revision

WTF?!


By Gabe Scott   Cascadia Wildlands filed a lawsuit today to stop the U.S. Forest Service’s Big Thorne timber project on Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska. Big Thorne is by far the largest logging project on the Tongass National Forest since the region’s two pulp mills closed about 20 years ago.   The … Continue reading WTF?!

Lawsuit Takes On Devastating Old-growth Logging Project in Tongass National Forest–Suit Follows Scientist’s Warning That Alexander Archipelago Wolves Are Threatened


For Immediate Release, August 26, 2014 :   Gabe Scott, Cascadia Wildlands, (907) 491-0856 Larry Edwards, Greenpeace, (907) 747-7557 David Beebe, GSACC, (907) 340-6888 Randi Spivak, Center for Biological Diversity, (310) 779-4894 Joel Hanson, The Boat Company, (907) 738-1033 Chris Winter, Crag Law Center, (503) 525-2725   Lawsuit Takes On Devastating Old-growth Logging Project in … Continue reading Lawsuit Takes On Devastating Old-growth Logging Project in Tongass National Forest–Suit Follows Scientist’s Warning That Alexander Archipelago Wolves Are Threatened

Of Race Cars and Banked Tracks (Elk and Wolves)


By Bob Ferris   “At issue is how wildlife is managed in this country. Our belief is based on more than 100 years of the most successful wildlife management model in the world that our state agencies are to manage wildlife within their respective borders. That includes management of gray wolves along with other predators.” David … Continue reading Of Race Cars and Banked Tracks (Elk and Wolves)

Quotes that Hurt the Mind


By Bob Ferris “I’m sure most of the people being considered for his job graduated from a college,” he said. “These people are the cause of the destruction of wildlife.”  Cliff Gardner, 74, a rancher in Nevada’s remote Ruby Valley  All of us who work with media look at quotes.  There are quotes that we … Continue reading Quotes that Hurt the Mind