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An Overland Expedition Celebrating Oregon’s Public Lands
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Filmmaker Octave Zangs was deeply troubled by recent political developments threatening Oregon's public lands. In making Our Land, he aimed to highlight the state's qualitative and quantitative values. Zangs teamed up with wildlife biologist Jason Fitzgibbon to enjoy the state's wealth of outdoor activities, and embarked on what looks like the road trip of a lifetime. Find out more from this film here and behind the scenes coverage here.