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Nature For All Campaign Launch

This November, voters throughout our region have the opportunity to continue protecting rivers and wetlands, habitat and open space, as well as to invest in parks, by renewing the Metro – Nature for All – Bond. Please join us as we launch the campaign to pass this exciting and important measure.

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PDX Climate Strike

In Portland, following the lead of youth from high schools, middle schools and youth organizations, folks will be rallying outside of City Hall at 10:30 a.m. to demand an Oregon Green New Deal and an end to fossil fuels here in Oregon.

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Go Lights Out!

Mark your calendar for the third annual Lights Out Portland, a one-night event in which residential households and commercial buildings dim their lighting in order to raise awareness about the impact of light pollution on migrating birds, about wasted energy in the form of light thrown up into the sky, and about preserving our ability to see stars from the city.

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Speak Up for the the Elliott State Forest

This Tuesday, OSU will hold an open house in Portland to discuss their evolving plans to transfer the Elliott State Forest to Oregon State University for management as a research forest.

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Nature for All Campaign Canvass

Join Portland Audubon staff, volunteers, and our coalition partners as we lead a canvass where we’ll have the chance to engage and talk to community members about the importance of maintaining and preserving our natural areas.

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Northern Spotted Owl

Election Day

Join Portland Audubon and over 100 community organizations in voting Yes on 26-203 and 26-204 to further our region’s legacy of protecting nature in our communities.

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City Council Hearing on “Big Tree Amendment”

On November 13, Portland City Council will be considering extending protections for large trees in development situations. The “Big Tree Amendment” was originally passed in 2016 after advocates pushed for improvements to the Portland tree code otherwise known as Title 11, after a wave of large trees were removed with limited to no mitigation.

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Portland City Council Hearing Considering Removing Exemptions for Title 11 – Tree Code

On December 5, Portland City Council is holding a public hearing where they will consider several proposals to remove current exemptions to Title 11. This code has many deficiencies, and this hearing presents an important opportunity to remedy some of them, so please plan on attending if available.

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Canopy

Tree Resolution at Portland City Council

On November 13, Portland City Council will be considering extending protections for large trees in development situations. The “Big Tree Amendment” was originally passed in 2016 after advocates pushed for improvements to the Portland tree code otherwise known as Title 11, after a wave of large trees were removed with limited to no mitigation.

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