A First-Timer’s Adventure in the Owyhee

The red spires of Leslie Gulch were on Corinne Handelman’s first trip to the Owyhee Canyonlands. Photo: Corinne Handelman

Over the past year, Portland resident Corinne Handelman has been working on visiting all 47 of Oregon’s wilderness areas. But… Read more »

The Time Is Now: Call Oregon’s Senators Today

The time is now to permanently protect the Owyhee Canyonlands. Photo: Curtis Reesor

Over more than a decade, support has grown to protect Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands. Its deep canyons, wild rivers, vast expanses… Read more »

Safeguarding the land and a way of life

Access on legal roads and routes would be preserved if the Owyhee were protected, providing access for fishing, hunting, hiking and camping. Photo: Emily O’Casey

The Owyhee Canyonlands matters deeply to Oregonians of all stripes. We all want to help boost the economies of neighboring… Read more »

Why for the Owyhee: A Paddler’s Perspective

Thomas O’Keefe enjoys an amazing float on the Owyhee River. Photo: Grace Kane

Thomas O’Keefe is the Pacific Northwest Stewardship Director for American Whitewater, which is the primary advocate for the protection and restoration… Read more »