Biodiversity Conference 2020

The Earth is undergoing a mass extinction that could see up to a million species disappear in the coming decades. What does this loss of biodiversity mean for the future of the planet and its inhabitants – and what can we do about it in the midst of COVID-19? Read more in ‘Biodiversity 101: Why it...

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Earth Day Oregon Steering Committee

Earth Day Oregon is seeking Steering Committee Members. Earth Day Oregon is a statewide fundraising effort that amplifies the impact of Earth Day. Working with Nonprofit and Business Partners, our purpose is to utilize the power of community and common concerns to increase donations to nonprofit...

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Faculty Learning Community on Environmental Justice

As part of our Faculty Learning Community initiative, we are hosting an environmental justice workshop next Friday, October 16th, on Zoom. This workshop will include a mix of speakers and small group dialogue. Please see below for the full schedule. While this workshop is not limited to faculty,...

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Project WILD’s October 2020

The Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (AFWA) invites you to join us for these weekly, one-hour learning opportunities to try out Project WILD activities that have been redeveloped for online synchronous learning and instruction. Audience:  These free one-hour sessions are designed for ....

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Volcano Naturalist Program

Save the dates – registration closes on January 21 Become an expert on the volcano in your backyard as a Volcano Naturalist at Mount St. Helens. The Volcano Naturalist Program is hosted by the Mount St. Helens Institute with the support of community, university, and government partners...

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Non Trivial Trivia

Join GPSEN and Participatory Budgeting Oregon for a night of civics trivia! Think you know your local government? Put it to the test at the Oregon Public House, Thursday November 21, from 6:30-9:30. There will be prizes for the winners and fun for everyone, as well as an opportunity to learn more...

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November Lunch and Learn

Bring your lunch and join us as we hear from Micaela Schweitzer-Bluhm, the new U.S. Department of State Diplomat in Residence! “A career in the Department of State is always an adventure – mine has been full of unexpected experiences, fascinating encounters, and non-stop learning. When I joined, I...

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EMSWCD Free Conservation Gardening Workshops

FREE Natural Gardening Workshops Coming Your Way This Fall! Fall is the perfect time of year to start planning your outdoor projects! The cool weather and coming rains provides a perfect opportunity to plant fruit trees and other perennials, design your landscape with native plants, prepare your...

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Plastic Free EcoChallenge

We’re done with plastic. How about you? This July, alongside thousands of people around the world, we are breaking up with the stuff that doesn’t break down. Join us for our first global Plastic Free EcoChallenge! For 31 days, we will collectively strive to live as #PlasticFree as...

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The Peoples of Western Oregon

Wisdom of the Elders, a Native-run, Oregon non-profit, in partnership with the Northwest Film Center, will premiere two new one-hour programs in its Native Wisdom Documentary Film Series about today’s changing climate and how it is affecting Native Oregonians’ traditional foods and resources. The...

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