Wildlife & Public Lands

We will work to ensure that by 2020, Oregon agencies, policies, budgets and laws will reflect a multigenerational commitment and responsibility to conserve wild places and native wildlife.  Species and habitat conservation will be a priority for state agencies.  The voices of conservation-oriented stakeholders will drive state policy and agency decisions in order to protect native wildlife and wildlands.  Oregonians will enjoy access to wild and scenic places.

The Elliott State Forest

We have been working to ensure the Elliott State Forest, Oregon’s first state forest, remains public.

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