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Eat Out for the Earth
On Earth Day, Friday, April 22, and in some cases, throughout the week, restaurants around the state will donate a portion of their proceeds to OLCV. That means that if you dine out at one of the participating restaurants listed below on Earth Day or other days during the week indicated, you can enjoy a good meal with friends and family and benefit the environment at the same time, without spending an extra dime!
Keep checking back - new retaurants are being adding all the time!
Earth Day at the Coast
If you're at the coast this Earth Day make sure you stop by one of these great restaurants in Newport, Lincoln City and Yachats.
- Cafe Stephanie
- Local Ocean
- Oceana Natural Foods Cooperative
- Cafe Mundo
- Nye Beach Market
- Nye Beach Gallery Wine
- Savory Cafe and Pizzaria
Earth Day (and week) in Lane County
Lane County encourages you to check out the following restaurants on the following days during the week of Earth Day!
- Bagel Sphere (All Week! Monday, April 18th-Sunday April 24th)
- Park Street Cafe (Tuesday, April 19th - Saturday, April 23rd)
- Track Town Pizza (Tuesday, April 19th)
We'd also like to thank the following for their donations:
Earth Day in Deschutes County
Check out the wonderful restaurants on Earth Day and help support the Deschutes County Chapter of OLCV.
Dine at any of the following ON Earth Day, April 22nd!
- Strictly Organic
- Jackson's Corner
- Cafe 3456
- Pizza Mondo
- 900 Wall
- Astro Lounge
- Bend Distillery
- Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. Lodge
Check back frequently to find participating restaurants near you!
Join us in fighting for Oregon's environment
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Protection of remaining intact wilderness for its intrinsic value to all living inhabitants is as noble and worthy a goal as any development could possibly be. That's why we support organizations such as OLCV and our political representatives who work hard to protect Oregon's natural legacy.
Bob Del Gizzi and Michele Dickson (pictured above with canine companion Zeus)