Please mark your calendars to join us for a Forest Waters Watch Forum on Tuesday, August 31, at 5:00 p.m. This forum will be an opportunity for networking, storytelling, and resource sharing between community members in Oregon who are adversely affected by clearcut logging of State or privately-owned forestlands, and who are interested in organizing to protect their watersheds.
If you have a story to share, a lesson learned, or questions to ask, this is your opportunity.
Register here to join our Forest Waters Watch Forum on Tuesday, August 31, at 5:00 p.m.
-Sam Krop [email protected]
Forest Waters Coalition
NCCWP is a proud partner in the Forest Waters Coalition’s upcoming Forest Waters Watch Forum. This coalition links Oregon communities adversely affected by industrial forestry practices on State or privately-owned forestlands. We are in the midst of a drinking water crisis. Clearcutting, followed by pesticide spraying and slash burning, are serious public health threats adversely affecting our drinking-water watersheds. These practices threaten air and water quality, as well as available water quantity. Let’s work together to advocate for healthy watersheds. We all deserve quality, Bull Run-like drinking water protections.