1000 Friends of Oregon and Oregon Humanities present a Conversation Project Discussion with Professor Veronica Dujon.
Join us on October 18 from 4-6pm at the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library (645 NW Monroe Ave, Corvallis)
Oregonians are known for a fierce sense of independence and a rugged individuality, qualities long associated with natural resource vocations such as logging, fishing, farming, and ranching. The state is also known for its progressive environmental policies. Our sense of connection to a place informs our values and approaches to conflict over resource
and land use in our communities.
This is the focus of “Your Land, My Land: Using and Preserving Oregon’s Natural Resources,” a free
conversation with Portland State University professor Veronica Dujon on Sunday, October 18 at 4pm . RSVP today!
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What is an Open City?
A place where everyone can live in an affordable community, where transportation investments are made equitably, where decision-making is inclusive, and where new growth is accommodated without displacing existing communities. And without sprawling over some of the best farmland in the world.
Open City is connects our work -- from development that makes economic sense for our region, to climate smart growth, to anti-displacement policies, to sharing the benefits of Oregon's livability with all the folks who live here.
In 2015, 1000 Friends of Oregon celebrates four decades of advocating
for healthy, productive communities.
Cheers to the next 40 years and beyond. Experience our photo essay by
clicking the link below.
You can learn about our Legacy Club here, and how you can power the future of Oregon's 1000 Friends.
If you haven't seen our photo essay about Oregon being a shared state,
you're going to want check that out as well:
Top and Middle Photos:
1000 Friends photo archives
Bottom Photo: Mount Hood Territory. Creative Commons.