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Bill to protect coastal communities, local jobs and pristine beaches now heads to Senate

OLCV Education Fund, OLCV's sister organization, administers a number of programs that help citizens learn how to make real changes in their community--like improving the quality of their water and air and protecting neighborhoods, farmland, and wildlife.

OLCV endorsed Charter will be discussed February 18

On February 18, 7 p.m., the League of Women Voters will host a public forum to discuss the proposed Home Rule Charter, measure 24-292, which will be on the May 18 ballot for Marion County voters. OLCV endorsed the proposed Marion County Charter Initiative in December.

The 2010 Special Session of the Oregon Legislature is now underway.

The Oregon Conservation Network will be working in Salem all month to ensure that our elected leaders make the environment a prioirity. More than 40 of Oregon’s leading environmental groups will join forces to pass three bills, which will protect Oregon’s children, build livable communities and preserve Oregon’s coastal legacy.

More than 40 groups will work together to protect Oregon's natural legacy

The Oregon Conservation Network has announced its Priorities for a Healthy Oregon for the 2010 Special Session of the Oregon Legislature, which starts Monday. More than 40 of Oregon’s leading environmental groups will join forces to pass three bills, which will protect Oregon’s children, build livable communities and preserve Oregon’s coastal legacy.

Measures 66 and 67 pass! 

Huge volunteer effort helps preserve critical programs.

Oregonians across the state have spoken:

Schools, healthcare, environmental programs and economic growth in Oregon are too important to sacrifice. Ballot Measures 66 and 67 will help preserve critical programs at a time when the state has been facing a serious fiscal crisis.

Thousands of Oregonians across the state have been working together to pass Measures 66 and 67. Join the amazing momentum that will take us through these final hours!

You've got until 8pm TODAY to turn your ballot in. Post marks don't count, so please drop it off at your nearest drop box. Don't know where to go? Find a drop box here.

Your ticket for the Jan. 30 Winterhawks game will help the environment get a hat trick in the February session!

February 1 is just around the corner, and marks the first day of the 2010 Special Session of the Oregon Legislature. The Oregon Conservation Network is already preparing for the session to make sure that our elected leaders pass three environmental priorities. These priorities will protect children’s health, preserve Oregon’s coastal legacy and build livable communities across the state.

Join us for wine, cheese, chocolate and solar power

Watch the classroom classic Our Mr. Sun, enjoy local wines, cheeses and chocolates, learn more about the opportunities for solar power in Oregon AND help raise funds to help elect pro-environment candidates in Marion County in this year's elections.

The Oregon League of Conservation Voters has endorsed Bob Stacey for Metro President.

“OLCV believes Bob stood out as a decisive leader with a vision to protect the environmental integrity of the region, even when confronting critical issues like growth, development, land use and transportation,” said OLCV Executive Director Jon Isaacs.

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