Owyhee Beckoning

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Julie Weikel rides her horse through the Owyhee. Photo: Dan Holz
Julie Weikel grew up in 'ION' country, the area where Idaho, Oregon and Nevada's borders meet. She worked for over four decades in the area as a large animal vet, building an intimate, deep knowledge of the Owyhee's people, history, land, water and wildlife. She's traveled extensively throughout the Owyhee Canyonlands and explored many of it's most remote places by horseback, truck and foot - adventures which continue to deepen and grow her tremendous knowledge of and love for this special part of Oregon. Read More

Migration Brewing Company: Wild for the Owyhee

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Beauty punctuated every corner in the Owyhee Canyonlands during a trip with Migration Brewing Co. staff. Photo: Migration Brewing Co.
Migration Brewing Co. believes that great beer makes the journey. Their team returned from an adventure in Oregon's Owyhee Canyonlands inspired by the special majesty of the place. Now, they've taken their love of place to the next level, adding their voice to call upon Senators Wyden and Merkley to protect the Owyhee Canyonlands. Read More

Oregon breweries call for protection of Owyhee Canyonlands

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Owyhee Canyonlands Wild Ale on tap at Base Camp Brewing Company. Photo: Gordon Klco
Over two dozen Oregon craft beer brewers from around the state have joined together to call for the permanent protection of the Owyhee Canyonlands. Ross Putnam, cofounder of Base Camp Brewing Company, shares why his brewery got involved and why it's important to protect the Owyhee, now. Read More

Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands: An Artist’s Dream

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The textures and colors of the Owyhee Canyonlands inspire Richard Brandt's art. Photo courtesy Richard Brandt.
Richard Brandt grew up in Oregon and has long been deeply connected to its wild places. He’s been making art for over 50 years as a way to more deeply understand his love of nature. He credits the Owyhee Canyonlands as being one of the most profound realms of beauty and deep wells of spiritual solace and inspiration he’s ever had the privilege to explore. Read More