Oregon Wildlands

Western Oregon boasts some of the most biologically diverse and undeveloped lands in the nation. From free-flowing rivers teeming with salmon to deep ancient forests to serpentine soil that feeds plants seen nowhere else on the planet, the area offers people a place to relax and listen to hidden waterfalls, hike within towering redwood cathedrals, and raft and fish in wild rivers.

The Oregon Wildlands Act would preserve more than 90,000 acres of wilderness, 256 miles of Wild and Scenic Rivers, and more than 128,000 acres of recreation areas—places treasured by Oregonians for their economic benefits, wildness, and recreational opportunities and as sources of clean drinking water. Go to oregonwildlands.org/ to learn more.

Staff Contact

Dean Finnerty


(541) 214-0642