Target Shooters Appreciate A Good Place To Practice!

When you have a good safe place to target practice, you want it to last and stay neat, clean and in order.  Whether it’s on your own property, your favorite gun range or on public land, you value a quality place to recreate.  So, you put in a little time and...

Winners of the 2021 March Member Drawings!

Prizes are awarded only to members who join or renew membership prior to March 31, 2021 in the Ambassador, Protector and Knight levels. Drawings were held on Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 at 6 PM. Winners have been notified by email and results are posted here....

Public Safety Priority One!

Public Safety Priority One! Our Public Safety Project is underway, and planning & fundraising has begun. The project is being organized by the Public Land Target Shooters committee for the Wolf Creek & McGregor Basin, in the Tillamook State Forest, under the direction of Steve Williams...

New Website, New Features!

New Website, New Features! Leave a comment about our new site! Some new additions include: An interactive target shooting map with popular shooting sites on public lands around Oregon and Washington.  You cannot find a public lands shooting site map like this!  From the ‘Home’ page,...

Mary’s Peak Oregon… First Cleanup of 2021.

 A handful of target shooting enthusiasts came together to show their respect for the recreational shooting sports on BLM land at Mary’s Peak gravel pit, Saturday Jan 16th, 2021.  Joined by a BLM Law Enforcement officer, the group had no problem...

Target Shooting Committees in a Forest Near You

Trash No Land is now accepting Volunteers to serve on multiple target shooting committees throughout Oregon and Washington. Choose your favorite forest and join that committee. We need committee Members and Directors. Serve as long as you wish and as often as you...

Impromptu Cleanup happened at Wolf Creek Lanes

Steve Williams, a member of Trash No Land, put out a call for help, on the website forum NorthwestFirearms.com, to go clean up the North Fork Wolf Creek Rd shooting lanes in the Tillamook State Forest and six good stewards joined him.  Other shooters, who were...

Soggy Bottom Boys Perform At A Rained-Out Quarry

 “Neither rain nor mud nor gloom of cloudy skies stays these volunteers from the swift completion of their dedication to stewardship”! Twelve responsible target shooters endured the showery elements to perform their stewardship magic at the rained-out Miller’s...

ABNORMAL YEAR CALLS FOR ABNORMAL ACTION…

Year 2020 as been an abnormal year for many things and recreational activity on our public lands has been one of those abnormalities. The result is an overwhelming amount of trash has been left behind on the lands we value so much.As Americans, we enjoy the freedom to...