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Doubling Down for Common Ground

Promoting clean energy, investing in 21st-century transportation solutions, supporting the long-term sustainability of farmland, and finding meaningful strategies to support salmon recovery are just a few of the items Oregon …

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What President Biden’s New Climate Goals Mean for Wildlife & Communities

Impacts Seen and Unseen Climate change has impacted wildlife and humans—especially frontline communities that disproportionately experience the harms dealt from climate change globally and domestically. In North America, there are …

A Statement from Our Chief Executive Officer

Today’s welcome guilty verdict is another reminder that our work as a conservation organization is fundamentally incomplete while any injustice prevails.

Quiz: Can We Guess What Animal You’d Be Based on Your Dinner Plans Tonight?

Plan a three-course meal (with breakfast) and see which animal you’d be! Ready for your next quiz? Click here for more!

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Zero Discharge & Virtual Elimination of Toxic Chemicals in the…

Note: This blog was originally posted on the Canadian Environmental Law Association website on April 12, 2021 and can be accessed at https://cela.ca/guest-blog-zero-discharge-virtual-elimination-of-toxic-chemicals-in-the-great-lakes-yesterday-today-and-tomorrow/ John Jackson is Canadian Co-chair, Toxics-Free Great Lakes …

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Reclaiming Degraded Lands for People and Wildlife

Every day, workers extract resources from the earth that help fuel our modern lives: coal, oil, natural gas, metals, and other critical minerals. But what happens when mine lands no …

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Five Reasons We Should Restore the Lower Snake River (and…

Click here to join the livestreamed conversation between wildlife champions Rep. Blumenauer (D-Oregon) and Rep. Simpson (R-Idaho) as they discuss bipartisan, common ground solutions to saving our endangered wild salmon …

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The Importance of Federal Land Management for Western Wildlife

Western wildlife, such as elk, bighorn sheep, pronghorn—even pygmy rabbits, depend on healthy public lands for food, shelter, mating, and survival. When these lands are mismanaged or degraded, wildlife populations …

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