October 4, 2022
Planning for Big Game Population Success in Southeast Oregon
The single-most important step that can be taken to revitalize herds on the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge Over the previous three blogs in this series, I’ve covered the...
November 2, 2016
Moving Forward from the Malheur Standoff Decision
Three ways you can turn shock and anger into proactive solutions for our public lands.
June 29, 2016
We All Benefit From Public Access, But Are You Willing to Step Up to Defend It?
The loss of a popular public access point hits home for our Oregon field rep, but luckily this story doesn’t end with a locked gate At the TRCP, we’re...
March 31, 2016
Compassion: A Surprising Ingredient in the Recipe for Cool, Clean Water
Our Oregon field rep hangs up her waders for a high-profile public-speaking opportunity in D.C., where she discovers a spirit of hope for water solutions Last year, Oregon experienced...
January 19, 2016
An Ode to Oregon, Access, and My Dogs
For our Oregon field rep, the events of the last three weeks are personal. So is her story Oregon is my home, and it’s an incredibly special place, where...
January 5, 2016
Authorities Should Hold Extremists Accountable for Seizure of Public Land
Eight major hunting, fishing, and conservation groups are condemning the extremist takeover of Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge For the last several days, as reported by numerous news outlets,...
September 10, 2015
Locked Out: Oregon’s Deschutes River Canyon
In an increasingly crowded and pay-to-play world, America’s 640 million acres of public lands – including our national forests and Bureau of Land Management lands–have become the nation’s mightiest...
December 2, 2014
Experiencing the John Day River in Oregon – and addressing threats to public lands
Southeast and central Oregon are known for vast landscapes of sagebrush steppe and basalt rim rock. This wide open country provides important habitat for numerous species of big game,...
September 30, 2014
I love the game of chasing chukar and watching bird dogs work the sagebrush of arid ranges in my home state of Oregon. Earlier this month, I decided to...
August 19, 2014
Fire Management Needs Funds
Oregon is known for vast landscapes of sagebrush steppe and lush forest. These wide-open countries provide both access and important habitat for numerous species of big game, birds and...
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