Don’t judge a book by its cover - lampreys may simultaneously be Oregon’s most misunderstood and most important fish species! Join us for a discussion on these unique creatures and their ecological and cultural importance.
Writer and athlete ambassador Krystal Marie Collins will be giving us the rundown on how to train and pack for ultra paddleboard missions and will share a few stories of her own. Collins has paddleboarded some of America's greatest Wild & Scenic Rivers, including a solo 70-mile section of the John Day River and 21 days in the Grand Canyon.
A discussion of public lands recreation as the number of users climbs, while popular trails are crumbling, there aren't enough campgrounds or restrooms to accommodate demand, and public lands agencies don't have the funding they need to address these issues.
Join three adventurers from Oregonians for Wild Utah (OFWU) as they take you on a virtual tour of some of Utah's breathtaking natural wonders.
Join journalist and author Kale Williams for a presentation on his work writing The Loneliest Polar Bear, exploring how polar bears became the poster children for climate change, how climate change is impacting the people living in the Arctic, and how the fate of polar bears is not theirs alone.
Join Oregon Wild staff on March 17th for the full scoop on the 2021 legislative session in Salem (so far) and the bills that will impact Oregon’s natural treasures.
Learn about ancient forests across the country, what makes them special, and how you can help protect them.
Join a free webcast about the Oregon River Democracy Act, visionary legislation to protect over 4700 miles of our incredible rivers!
Hear from the pioneers of a new 566-mile trail that connects Joseph to John Day and traverses all seven wilderness areas in Northeast Oregon.
Learn about the Tongass National Forest - it protects a multitude of fish and wildlife, supports the cultural heritage of indigenous communities, and provides one of the most powerful carbon sinks in the world.