The Environmental Leadership Circle

The Environmental Leadership Circle is a community that brings together OLCV’s strongest supporters with their peers and elected officials to help ensure that Oregon is a leader in sustainability and environmental protection.

Join the ELC today!

ELC Member Benefits Include:

  • Invitations to exclusive ELC events around the state (learn more about ELC events)
  • Special “Insider” communications
  • Connecting with elected officials and policymakers to discuss new and innovative ideas for environmental policy
  • Joining a community of individuals committed to protecting Oregon’s natural legacy

Join the ELC today:

Individual membership for the Environmental Leadership Circle begins at only $500.  Join today to help pass laws to protect the environment and aid strong pro-conservation leaders in elections. 

Supporters are needed at all six giving levels:

LEGACY CIRCLE: Beginning at $25,000

GUARDIAN CIRCLE: Beginning at $10,000

STEWARD CIRCLE: Beginning at $5,000

DEFENDER CIRCLE: Beginning at $2,500

ADVOCATE CIRCLE: Beginning at $1,000

MEMBER CIRCLE: Beginning at $500

 

Join or renew your membership in OLCV's Environmental Leadership Circle today.

 

The ELC Brings Leaders Together for Oregon

Oregon is blessed with diverse natural beauty, and has often been on the forefront of key environmental debates that have had consequences far outside our state’s border. More recently, federal lawmakers have fallen down on their responsibility to protect our environment, or simply passed on the responsibility to state and local leaders.  As a result we must rely more heavily on state and local laws to protect our families and the special places we love.

In recent elections, OLCV has helped many pro-environment candidates win victories across the state, including Governor John Kitzhaber.  We helped to pass important environmental laws in the state legislature, including the nation’s most aggressive Renewable Energy Standard and first low-carbon fuel standard. 

But the environment also suffered many losses in the 2010 elections. These, combined with the state’s very serious budget shortfall, meant that the conservation community largely played defense in the 2011 Oregon legislative session. In 2012, we must change the political landscape to ensure that Oregon remains at the forefront of environmental protection and green job creation.

Join the Environmental Leadership Circle. Give online on our secure server, call our office at 503-224-4011, or mail your contribution to:

OLCV Environmental Leadership Circle
133 SW Second Ave., Suite 200
Portland, OR 97204

For more information, contact Heather Langhorst-Kahl via email or at 503-224-4011.
 

 

Oregon League of Conservation Voters | 133 SW 2nd Ave., Ste. 200 | Portland, OR 97204 |  Phone: 503-224-4011 | Fax: 503-224-1548