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Sierra Club, Oregon Chapter

Fighting to preserve wilderness and protect environmental quality worldwide through a powerful combination of education, scientific research, publishing, and litigation.
1821 SE Ankeny St. / Portland, OR 97214-1521
Phone: (503) 238-0442
http://oregon.sierraclub.org | oregon.chapter@sierraclub.org

Named “the most influential environmental organization” in an Aspen Institute poll, the Sierra Club gives the public the information and the means to make their voices heard. As the world’s oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization, the Club’s 750,000 members in 65 chapters and over 400 local groups nationwide possess the unique ability to empower people and influence public policy through community activism, public education, outreach and litigation.

The Sierra Club’s Oregon Chapter represents the organization’s approximately 20,000 members in Oregon and has worked to protect Oregon’s environment and natural resources since 1978. Today, the Sierra Club employs six staff in Oregon who work with volunteer leaders to advance the chapter’s conservation priorities. Current priority conservation efforts of the Oregon Chapter include:

- Protecting Oregon’s wild forests.
- Protecting Oregon’s high deserts.
- Stopping the export of liquefied natural gas from Oregon ports
- Fighting for clean energy solutions for Oregon.

The Oregon Chapter also conducts a wide array of activities that engage members and the general public in efforts to explore, enjoy and protect our shared environment; including outdoor hikes, service activities, community forums, and research efforts.

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