Report Back from Basecamp


By Sam Krop, Grassroots Organizer This August, 30 Cascadians gathered together for a weekend in a backyard timber sale to learn about field checking for forest defense. Cascadia Wildlands’ first ever Field Checking Basecamp brought together forest lovers from across the state for a weekend of field surveying, skill sharing, and community building in public … Continue reading Report Back from Basecamp

WildCAT General Meeting


The Cascadia Action Team (aka WildCAT)support Cascadia Wildland’s ongoing conservation campaigns through education, outreach, and hands-on tangible action. At the monthly general meeting, get updates from ongoing campaigns, meet like minds and get involved in the action educating, agitating and organizing to defend wild places. Refreshments provided. All are welcome!

Field Checking 101 Training


Join Cascadia Wildland’s volunteer WildCAT team for a full-day of field checking training in a local forest proposed for timber harvest. Our field checking trainings cover the basics of timber sale monitoring, how to read timber sale proposal and what to look for when exploring a timber sale on the ground. More information & registration here.

Thurston Hills Timber Sale


Thurston Hills “Pedal Power” — Springfield BLM About the sale: This sale will result in extensive “regeneration harvest” (all but clear-cutting) of 100 acres of middle-aged forest immediately adjacent to Willamalane’s recently opened 655-acre Thurston Hills Natural Area. Next to a neighborhood on 79th Street in Springfield on one side and to the new trails on … Continue reading Thurston Hills Timber Sale