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On February 3rd, join hundreds of Oregonians in Salem to call on legislators to to act on climate change. 

We’re at a dramatic crossroads in our journey to protect the climate in Oregon. In February, legislators in Salem will consider the most important climate legislation in our state's history. This is an important legislative session to move the ball forward on climate change and create a healthier future for our children.

We need EVERYONE for the rally at noon on the Capitol Steps! Please RSVP and we'll be in touch with opportunities to carpool and more details. 

 

Join us for one of our favorite local events. Special guest OLCV External Affairs Director Christy Splitt will be in Bend to present the 2015 Scorecard for the Oregon Legislature. Find out your legislators' voting records on conservation issues and hear about OLCV’s notable champions and leaders in the 2015 Oregon Legislature. 

We will also offer an opportunity to learn about and support potential 2016 environmental ballot measures.

Join OLCV and fellow community members who care about protecting Oregon’s natural legacy for Pints and Politics on the third Thursday of the month.

 

When: October 15 from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Where: Broken Top Bottle Shop 1740 NW Pence Lane, Bend, OR

We are excited to announce that OLCV is hosting its first ever Photo Contest! As we ramp up to launch our brand new website and Legislative Scorecard, we wanted to see Oregon through the eyes of the people who help keep our state beautiful -- our members! Oregon is such a diverse place, and we have members from all over the state. We want to see what your Oregon looks like! That means we'd love to see not just the beautiful skylines and mountain views (we want those too!), but also the camping trips with friends, the long, winding trails in our many amazing parks, and the rainy coast visits where your dog couldn't have gotten muddier if they tried! In other words -- we want to see how YOU enjoy Oregon. 

Upcoming Events

02 18 2016 (All day)
Deschutes County

Join OLCV and fellow community members for an evening of thought provoking presentations and discussion about the recent takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and the larger questions of how best to manage our public lands.

 

Come to Pints and Politics and engage with panelists; Rynda Clark from Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Dan Morse from Oregon Natural Desert Association, and Chris Gardner from Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in discussing how public lands can help unite Oregonians.

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