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Portland Audubon's Activist Night

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When: Jan 31, 2018 from 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm

Grassroots advocacy has always been a core part of the Portland Audubon’s efforts to protect wildlife, wild places, and the health of our environment. Come and learn how you can become a valuable member of this effort by attending orientation for those interested in volunteering with the Conservation Activist Team.

Where: Lucky Labrador Tap Room - 1700 N Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 

Join us for our recurring Portland Audubon’s Activist Night to socialize with other wildlife advocates and learn how you can be an effective member of our powerful grassroots team. Grassroots advocacy has always been at the core of Portland Audubon’s efforts to protect wildlife, wild places, and the health of our environment and you can play an important role as part of the team. January’s event will include an overview of some of the important campaigns we’ll be working on in the coming year and a viewing of a short film about the tragic story of mismanagement of Cormorants on East Sand Island.

Mark your calendars - Portland Audubon Activist Night will be recurring on the last Wednesday of each odd numbered month. They will include skills training's, group outings, film screenings, educational presentations and always include socializing opportunities. We hope you can regularly attend and help us move our work forward together. 

RSVP for this event to Stephanie Taylor at staylor@audubonportland.org

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