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Speak up for Portland's trees!

Speak up for Portland's trees!

August 5, 2015: Thanks to everyone who came out to the Urban Forestry Commission Public Hearing on Aug. 4. Please continue to send emails to the City Council and ask them to support code changes that will ensure Portland continues to have large healthy trees in our neighborhoods.

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Join Audubon's cormorant call-in day June 17

Join Audubon's cormorant call-in day June 17

June 15, 2015: Help stop the slaughter of East Sand Island cormorants! On Wednesday, June 17, please call the Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and tell them to stop scapegoating cormorants for salmon declines caused by the Corps’ refusal to increase river flows through the modification of dam operations.

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Action alert: Please help stop SB 412, the Port of Portland dumping bill

Action alert: Please help stop SB 412, the Port of Portland dumping bill

May 6, 2015: The Port of Portland is trying to weaken existing state law to create a special exception for ports when they want to dump dredge materials – which are defined as solid waste – into the environment at upland sites.

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Please help us stop the imminent slaughter of cormorants on the Columbia River

Please help us stop the imminent slaughter of cormorants on the Columbia River

April 1, 2015: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is planning to slaughter more than 11,000 Double-crested Cormorants — 15 percent of the entire western North America cormorant population. Cormorants will be shot out of the sky with shotguns as they search for food over the Columbia River Estuary, or shot with rifles at close range as the birds tend to their nests on East Sand Island. In addition, more than 26,000 Double-crested Cormorant nests will be destroyed by either oiling of eggs or intentional starvation of orphaned nestlings.

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Portland should say “NO!” to Pembina Pipeline’s propane export terminal

Portland should say “NO!” to Pembina Pipeline’s propane export terminal

March 31, 2015: On April 7, the Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission will decide whether to allow a massive propane export facility to be built at the Port of Portland’s Terminal 6 along the Columbia River. This facility will put our communities and our environment at risk. We need your help to send a strong message to the Planning and Sustainability Commission that it should reject the Pembina Pipeline Propane Terminal.

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Protect Portland’s pollinators

Protect Portland’s pollinators

March 20, 2015: We need your help to protect Oregon’s birds and bees! At 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25, the Portland City Commissioners are holding a hearing to discuss a proposed ordinance to prohibit the use of neonicotinoid insecticides (“neonics”) on city property. This is an important step forward in protecting Portland’s wildlife! Please consider attending the hearing or emailing City Council to let them know you support the ban.

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