by Bethany Cotton, Conservation Director for Cascadia Wildlands
Originally published in The Register-Guard, August 28, 2022.
As the Western U.S. again endures record-breaking summer heat and enters our third decade of drought, it’s time for us to adopt bold, regionwide solutions that will support climate-resilient communities, safeguard drinking water sources, reduce wildfire risk, protect remaining mature and old-growth forests and enhance wildlife habitat.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDecember 3, 2021 Contacts: Nick Cady, firstname.lastname@example.org, 314.482.3746Meriel Darzen, email@example.com, 503.525.2725Doug Heiken, firstname.lastname@example.org, 541.344.0675 Judge Halts Post-Fire Logging near Breitenbush Forest Service Unlawfully Changed Logging Contracts Following 2020 … Continue reading Press Release: Post-fire Logging Halted on the Willamette National Forest
For immediate releaseAugust 7, 2019 Court: Oregon Illegally Denied Marbled Murrelet Endangered Species Protections EUGENE, Ore.— An Oregon judge has issued a decision concluding the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission violated … Continue reading Legal Victory for Marbled Murrelets in Oregon!
For immediate release August 2, 2018 Contact: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, (314) 482-3746, email@example.com Quinn Read, Defenders of Wildlife, (206) 508-5474, firstname.lastname@example.org Jared Margolis, Center for Biological Diversity, (802) 310-4054, … Continue reading Press Release: Lawsuit Filed Challenging Oregon’s Failure to Protect Murrelets
by Mari Galloway and Renee Seacor After our first week on the job at Cascadia Wildlands, we took a road-trip to Baker City to attend the Oregon Department of Fish … Continue reading When Oregon’s Fish and Wildlife Commission Lost its Marbles
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!