Cascadia Wildlands Statement on Wolf Recovery Announcement by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife


Press statement January 28, 2015 Contact: Nick Cady, Legal Director, Cascadia Wildlands, 314.482.3746                  Josh Laughlin, Campaign Director, Cascadia Wildlands, 541.844.8182   The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife just announced it is moving to phase II of its wolf recovery plan in eastern Oregon after state wildlife … Continue reading Cascadia Wildlands Statement on Wolf Recovery Announcement by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

New Rules Seek to Benefit Wolf Recovery


Eugene Weekly by Amy Schneider It’s been more than half a century since packs of gray wolves wandered the rim of Crater Lake and the Three Sisters Wilderness, but conservationists say that their howls may soon be heard again in those areas, once they disperse into western Oregon. Due to a recent settlement between several … Continue reading New Rules Seek to Benefit Wolf Recovery

Blog: Landmark Settlement Reached for Wolves in Oregon


by Josh Laughlin, Campaign Director It has been nearly 20 months since Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon Wild and Center for Biological Diversity were granted an injunction against the state killing wolves in Oregon. Prior to filing the case, two things became clear: 1) the state of Oregon was becoming more comfortable killing endangered wolves, and 2) … Continue reading Blog: Landmark Settlement Reached for Wolves in Oregon