Oregon has long been regarded as a state full of natural treasures. We rely on Wilderness to provide clean drinking water, wildlife habitat, recreation and solitude. And while our public lands belong to everyone, it takes an act of Congress to protct them from logging, mining and human development. With an uncertain political landscape, the need to protect our remaining wildlands has never been greater. Join us for an evening to learn and discuss the future of Wilderness in Oregon.February 4th. Doors open at 6pm, program begins at 6:30pm. Willamette 110. Hosted by the University of Oregon Outdoor Program, the UO Environmental Studies Program, Oregon Wild, Sierra Club, Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Cascadia Wildlands, and Lane County Commissioner Pete Sorenson. Contact Bridget Callahan at Oregon Wild for more information at (503) 283-6343.