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July 2019 Newsletter

We want to share how we’re working to help bring back one of Oregon’s most beloved and most endangered members of the coastal community: the sea otter. 

June 2019 Newsletter

Restoring connectivity to the Columbia River through the Dairy Creek channel reintroduces flushing flows into the lake to slow and perhaps reverse the accumulation of sediment ensuring that the birds, fish, and other wildlife that depend on it can continue to do so well into the future.

May 2019 Newsletter

We're inviting you to join us at our new social fundraising event, Growth, on May 18 at the World Forestry Center. Eat, drink, connect with our community, and help raise funds for critical conservation work in Oregon.

April 2019 Newsletter

Oregon's poaching problem; annual fundraiser event; new sponsored project; and perking up in the Gorge - springing into season with all the wildest updates from the Foundation!

February 2019 Newsletter

In a combined effort to offer wildfire recovery relief following the 2017 and 2018 wildfire seasons, Oregon Film, Travel Oregon and LAIKA Studios invite you to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the award-winning animation film Coraline.

December 2018 Newsletter

This year we were thrilled to welcome 52 new Oregon Wildlife Foundation members who, like you, have contributed their support to our programs and projects to help make Oregon a healthy and thriving place for the finned, furred, feathered - and humans!

November 2018 Newsletter

Empowering conservation has never been more essential than it is in 2018.

September 2018 Newsletter

Come together across the arched bridge to beautiful Sauvie Island for a friendly social event this fall. We'll be celebrating our Sturgeon Lake restoration project, clay shooting, spey casting, apiary tours and more, at the cozy Willow Bar Farm. ​There will be food + drinks, as well as mead tasting for you to enjoy while mingling through lavender paths and admiring a classic fall sunset. 

July 2018 Newsletter: Summer of Sauvie

The summer edition of wildlife, conservation, and more of your favorite Oregon updates.
Sturgeon Lake kick-off | New on the blog | Gift store getaway | Fundraiser pictures 

May 2018 Newsletter

New member benefits, New project kick-off, help support critical conservation work state-wide to make sure our Oregon lasts for the future generations.

April 2018 Newsletter: Pollinators Week

This spring we are focusing on what supports a healthy Oregon, our native pollinators. With a workshop + lecture, information and guides on the blog, and more...

Think Out Loud with our Harborton Frog project, and get to know one of our most beloved group of volunteers. 2017 Donor list & thank you is here!

February 2018 Newsletter

Join us for a fun and informative talk about our road ecology and the implications for wildlife; stay up to date on what fun membership perks are coming your way; Read our newest blog post now available online.

December 2017 Newsletter

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November 2017 Newsletter: Your Oregon Brew Night

What's better than supporting Oregon conservation work? Doing it while tasting some of the Pacific Northwest's finest brew!

October 2017 Newsletter

Standing strong with the Gorge; giving you a free beer just for supporting your Oregon; and giving you final warning about our last 2017 Grant submission date!

Our newest, Wildlife Talk: Building a Better Stream, is Sept. 7 - and this one's on us! That's right, this event is F-R-E-E. We also have an exciting update about a new feature at our gift store that helps support our mission as well as benefit you, our members and supporters.

Join us Thursday, August 10th for our tastiest support event yet! This month we also have a Sturgeon Lake project update for you. And this is your last chance to take the pheasant hunting trip of your dreams. We hope you are staying cool and safe out there! 

This month's updates include the debut of our newest wildlife video, a look inside last month's event, and a peek at the latest and tastiest way you can support OWF. Here, you also have an exclusive opportunity to experience superb scenery & the finest pheasant hunting this October!

We believe in accessibility, so this year we have made our Annual Newsletter available online. Our Dinner & Auction is right around the corner, and we have new items to bid on, fresh musical entertainment, and a new location we are very excited about! Lastly, due to the outstanding sunshine we've had this month we had no choice but to extend our Spring Special Membership

We are literally gearing up this spring, and we want you to, too! Join us at Oregon Wildlife Foundation through our new Spring Special Membership and get free gear for your adventure needs. We also want to see you, yes you, at our newest Wildlife Talk happening April 25th. Explore with us this spring, through new partnerships, events, information, and join our community. 

We feel spring coming and are ready to gather fellow supporters together to celebrate with two new upcoming events, as well as a New Member Spring Special benefit. 

With project updates, Foundation announcements, and more features available for easier navigation, we are excited to be able to communicate more effectively with our supporters through our new and improved website. 

January 2017 Newsletter

As we begin a new year, the Oregon Wildlife Foundation is celebrating a handful of important "behind-the-scenes" accomplishments. In this issue we give you our Native Turtle & Amphibian Survey project update, a formal mark-your-calendars preview to the 2017 Dinner & Auction, as well as a letter from our Executive Director summarizing some internal accomplishments looking forward into the new year!

December 2016 Newsletter

This month we are happy to reflect on the generosity of our donors as well as the events and partnerships we have collaborated on throughout the year, including being a part of this year's Give!Guide. Most importantly, we want to thank you for your continuing support as we close out this year and look onward to new successes in 2017.

November 2016 Newsletter

It's a busy fall season here at Oregon Wildlife Foundation. Thus far, we've adopted a new strategic plan, kicked off an exciting year-end giving season, and opened up the Pendleton Home Store after hours for an exclusive shopping event. In this newsletter, you'll find details on everything we have coming up, including our appearance on the Portland Radio Project, deadline reminder for our grant program, and an update on our Give!Guide campaign. 

October 2016 Newsletter

As we transition to colder weather, warm your heart with the good work of Oregon Wildlife Foundation. In this newsletter, you'll find details on registering for our exclusive Pendleton shopping night, information about habitat restoration on Perkins Creek, a warm welcome to our new board president, and a preview of our prize package for this year's Give!Guide.

September 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to autumn! We have a few updates for you this month: Save September 27th for our upcoming book presentation, learn about habitat restoration on the Siletz River, and don't forget to check out the sale at Bonneville Gift Store later this month.

August 2016 Newsletter

We hope you are getting out in the gorgeous weather and enjoying the natural spaces and wildlife in your area. We have just a few updates for you this month: Save September 27th for our upcoming book presentation, extend a warm welcome to Anya Moucha, and read below about our Bonneville Gift Store! We also want to send out a big thank you to everyone who contributed to our Dinner & Auction on June 11. Together we raised $191,117 towards conserving wildlife in Oregon. 

May 2016 Newsletter

This month we have a couple of quick updates to share with you: our upcoming Dinner & Auction, Oregon Wildlife Foundation in the news, and a fun event we're planning in July.

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