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Oregon Natural Resources Council
Oregon Natural Resources Council
Oregon's pristine forest wilderness areas are precious islands in a sea of clearcut logging. These forests are the source of our purest habitat for salmon and are home to rare and endangered animal and plant species. They provide a critical anchor for biological diversity and are the source of the cleanest drinking water for many Oregonians. When protected, they will also offer an enduring legacy of quiet wilderness recreation activities.
Land Air Water
L.A.W. is the nation's oldest environmental law student society. LA.W.'s sixty-plus members from the University of Oregon School of Law organize the Conference on a purely volunteer basis. L.A.W. members also conductlegal research on environmental law cases and publish both the Western Environmental Law Update and the Directory of Public Interest Envronmental Lawyers. Many L.A.W. members also serve as staff members of the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation

Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities. We focus our programs on what scientists consider two of the most serious environmental threats to the planet: the accelerating rate of extinction of species and the associated loss of biological diversity, and habitat alteration and destruction. Long known for our leadership on endangered species issues, Defenders of Wildlife also advocates new approaches to wildlife conservation that will help keep species from becoming endangered.

Audubon in the state of Oregon
The mission of the National Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

Oregon Environmental Council
OEC's mission is to restore and protect Oregon's clean water and air, now and for future generations. We bring Oregonians together to create and promote socially just and economically sound environmental policies.

Oregon League of Conservation Voters
The Oregon League of Conservation Voters relies on citizens across Oregon to carry out its mission. Individual citizen contributions make up 77% of OLCV's overall budget. In addition, OLCV members and supporters volunteer their energy in election campaigns and other volunteer activities throughout the year ensuring that OLCV is able to get out the environmental vote.

Oregon Natural Desert Association
The Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) exists to protect, defend and restore forever the health of Oregon's native deserts.

Oregon Conservation Network
The Oregon Conservation Network (OCN) unites conservation groups around the state in an effort to protect Oregon's environmental heritage in the Oregon Legislature. The OCN is a project of the Oregon League of Conservation Voters Education Fund.

Now we watch as once incredible salmon and steelhead runs struggle against extinction, a permanent death unthinkingly brought on by us...The Dakubetede is one of the very few roadless wildlands in the Medford BLM District that is large enough and wild enough to warrant protection as a designated Wilderness...

Oregon Trout
Oregon Trout is a non-profit organization headquartered in Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to protect and restore native wild fish and the ecosystems that sustain them.

Oregon Sea Grant
Sea Grant's charge is to ". . . increase the understanding, assessment, development, utilization and conservation of the nation's ocean and coastal resources . . ." --U.S. Congress, National Sea Grant

Environmental Federation of Oregon
The Environmental Federation of Oregon creates partnerships with businesses to make it easier for Oregonians to support environmental groups in their communities that are important to them. Because a healthy economy and a clean environment go hand in hand...

Corvallis Environmental Center
The mission of the Corvallis Environmental Center is to broaden public participation in the protection and restoration of the natural environment through education and empowerment.

Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics
Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (FSEEE) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to forge a socially responsible value system for the Forest Service based on a land ethic which ensures ecologically and economically sustainable resource management.

Friends of Trees
Friends of Trees is a nonprofit organization that builds partnerships to plant care for and preserve urban trees.

Native Plant Society of Oregon
Dedicated to the enjoyment, conservation, and study of Oregon's native vegetation.

Oregon Natural Resources Council
Oregon Natural Resources Council is a conservation consortium promoting environmental protection by educating the public and influencing the public's servants through legal and legislative processes.

Chainsaws and bulldozers threaten the last of our unprotected wild forests–forests that provide habitat for wild salmon and other wildlife and sources of clean water for Oregonians, as well as places to hike, camp and fish. OSPIRG is fighting to protect our Heritage Forests.

Pacific Rivers Council
The Pacific Rivers Council is one of the largest and most successful river conservation organizations in the United States. Our mission is to protect and restore rivers, their watersheds, and native aquatic species.

Solar Energy Association of Oregon
The Solar Energy Association of Oregon (SEA of O) is an active public interest group dedicated to a permanently sustainableenergy future through the promotion of conservation, solar energy, renewable resources and sound resource planning.

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