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Tell the administration: project mature and old-growth trees and forests.

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Save Oregon’s Oldest Trees

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Save Oregon’s Oldest Trees

We need to protect Oregon's mature and old-growth trees from logging. We're calling on the Biden administration to protect these vital forest habitats.

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Grassroots climate groups like mine, 350 Eugene, understand that forest defense is climate defense, and we're fierce. Patty Hine, 350 Eugene
“As we are increasingly confronted with the twin threats of climate change and the biodiversity crisis, defending mature and old-growth forests is more important than ever. These trees provide critical habitat for wildlife, keep water clean and cold, are resilient to wildfire, and are at the core of cultural values.” Jeremy Austin, Central Oregon LandWatch
I want there to be a lobbying voice in Salem whose sole goal is the preservation of Oregon's environment. While Environment Oregon surely is outspent by corporate interests, I believe they punch above their weight because our legislators recognize that Environment Oregon represents the views of the many voters who value and wish to preserve Oregon's natural beauty. Pete Tucker, Environment Oregon member
I'm happy to support Environment Oregon's climate-related public education and advocacy work because it is rooted in science, locally focused, and effectively leveraged by coordination with a network of similar organizations across the US. Jon Fink, Environment Oregon member
I encourage everyone to care for our environment because every aspect of our lives depends upon it, and we are the ones responsible for its care and preservation. Theresa Gallant, Member, Environment Washington