Wild Rivers is a non-governmental organization that uses private donations and government funding to purchase private property and slate it for wetland restoration. These are the type of NGO's that was described in Agenda 21. Although, the people who operate these groups probably have no clue that they are pawns in a much larger plan........Rob T.
About Wild Rivers Coast Heritage Land Trust:
Roseburg Resources manages approximately 625,000 acres of timberland in California and southern Oregon. The company has more than a dozen manufacturing facilities in the Northwest and Southeastern US.
Wild & Scenic Elk River, photo by Don & Nancy Rommes We're Your Community-based Land Trust
☼ Fostering the voluntary protection of scenic beauty & natural resources
☼ Conserving world-class salmon streams, heritage forests, oceanfront ranchlands
☼ Safeguarding a way-of-life Americans cherish
Wild Rivers Land Trust works with landowners in Curry County & Southern Coos County who want to explore ways they can protect their land. As a community-based conservation organization, our projects integrate improvement to the lives of local people while voluntarily protecting areas of ecological concern.
5-Mile Fishing Hole, Elk River
Now Serving 101 Miles of Paradise!
Lois Miller/Port Orford, OR
Formerly Elk River Land Trust, Our Name and our Service Area Have Expanded!
From the Coquille River, flowing by beautiful Bandon-By-the-Sea's historic lighthouse, on southward to the ancient redwood trees towering across the headwaters of the Winchuck River in Oregon's Banana Belt, we offer land trust services to all watersheds and communities along 101 miles of breathtaking coastline replete with wild rivers, fishing villages, heritage forests.
Bear Creek Natural Area — A Headwater Lands Conservation Project
A Wild Salmon Stronghold Gets Protection!
Tim Palmer/Bear Creek
Roseburg Resources Company, a local timber company, recently sold us 217-acres of steep native forest containing 1½ miles of salmon streams in the Bald Mountain Creek watershed. Bald Mountain Creek is the major producer of Elk River steelhead.
We still need to pay for this acquisition. Please donate today to help safeguard Bear Creek Natural Area's native forest and the sparkling cold salmon streams that flow through its canyons.
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Promoting Voluntary Land Conservation
Wahl Ranch, Elk River
Our Board of Directors, staff members, and volunteers work passionately to promote conservation.
From the Myrtle Point/Powers area to Brookings/Harbor, Wild Rivers Land Trust purchases at-risk properties, holds conservation easements, educates citizens about voluntary land conservation, and introduces landowners to contemporary methods they can use right now to protect their treasured ownerships in perpetuity.
Save The Places You Love — Your Support Is Essential!
Our windswept shorelines, heritage forests, wild rivers, primordial wetlands, and oceanfront ranchlands are unique in today’s world. To retain our history and way of life, Wild Rivers Land Trust needs funds to purchase key parcels the moment they become available.