Oregon Wild


To protect and restore Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife and waters as an enduring legacy for future generations.

Bottom Line for Portland

With unprecedented threats facing Oregon’s public lands and wildlife in 2017, Oregon Wild mobilized activists statewide to protect 500,000 acres around Crater Lake, the Elliott State Forest, the Columbia River Gorge and Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, as well as native species like sea otters and wolves.

“If you like to hike, camp, fish or ski in unspoiled places on Mount Hood and in the Columbia Gorge, support Oregon Wild. Their hard work to protect our wildlands keeps Oregon a special place to live, work and play.” —William Sullivan, Oregon hiking guidebooks author


How far does a $10 donation go with your organization?

$10 helps Oregon Wild train and mobilize five new activists to stand up for Oregon's public lands and native wildlife like gray wolves and sea otters.

How far does a $50 donation go with your organization?

$50 allows Oregon Wild to conduct a community presentation to educate affected Oregonians about the need to reform Oregon's logging practices laws to better protect our forests and watersheds.

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