House Bill 3414 currently represents the biggest rollbacks of urban environmental protections that Oregon has ever seen. It will impact the livability of our communities, reverse hard won environmental protections, and exacerbate environmental justice issues related to climate change for future residents. Please contact your State Representatives today and urge them to vote No on HB 3414!Read Post
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Please take action today and urge State Legislators on the Joint Committee on Transportation to say “no” to House Bill 3382. If passed, this would allow ports and other corporate entities a fast pass to dredge environmentally sensitive coastal estuaries without demonstrating adequate compliance with state or local land use law.Read Post
We deserve a state forest plan that serves all Oregonians—not just the narrow interests of the timber industry. Please help us speak up for fish and wildlife, clean drinking water, outdoor recreation, and sustainable forestry practices on our state forests.Read Post
Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has released a proposed new Oregon Transportation Plan, a long term guidance document last updated in 2006. Though the plan addresses a wide range of priorities, it falls significantly short on several important environmental issues. Please help us send a strong message to ODOT to improve this plan!Read Post
Help Portland Audubon and our partners move forward a critical missing piece of climate legislation this session – the Natural Climate Solutions bill (SB 530). Natural climate solutions are critical for fighting climate change and protecting our forests, farms, grasslands, and wetlands.Read Post
We need your help to fight for Oregon’s Marine Reserves program! The Outreach & Community Engagement Project Leader of ODFW’s Marine Reserve Program is an important connection point between coastal communities and Marine Reserves, and our coastal communities suffer without that investment. But that key position has been cut in Oregon’s proposed legislative budget for ODFW!Read Post
We have an opportunity to provide testimony to the Oregon legislature in Portland this coming Saturday, April 8 to ask the Joint Ways and Means Committee to support two critical funding asks for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW).Read Post
Please oppose bills including SB 795,HB 3283, and HB 3585 that would give away our state forests, interfere in a public process to update forest management plans, and increase clearcutting in critical fish and wildlife habitat.Read Post