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Leadership for a Clean and Just Oregon

Beyond Toxics is a statewide environmental justice organization advancing policies that ensure meaningful participation and cultivating grassroots leadership from Oregon’s frontline and impacted communities. Established in 2001, we are a multicultural, inter-generational team dedicated to centering community leaders and building out the true diversity of our state’s vibrant Environmental Justice movement.

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Congratulations to the FIRST PLACE WINNER of our 9th Annual Beauty of the Bee Photo Contest, Patricia Edmonds, for her photo, "Blue Splendor"!

Patricia says, "Humans need to feed our souls as well as our bodies. Taking in the nourishment provided by the never ending endeavors of bees as they enrich life with food as well a depth of beauty unparalleled is worthy of our most sincere efforts to protect them."

See the full list of winners->>


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What is carbon sequestration? It's a natural process that captures and stores atmospheric carbon dioxide in our trees, plants, and soil. Terrestrial carbon storage is a vital ecosystem service for our planet that naturally results from the interactions between plants, atmosphere and soils. Restoration Forester, Rick Herson, stands out from other Oregon foresters because he is actively contributing to bigger stores of carbon over time. The Oregon DEQ's Climate Protection Program must support and incentivize projects like this while holding big polluters accountable for their industrial emissions and environmental impacts. Please join us in sending comments to the DEQ before 10/4 urging them to stregthen Oregon's Climate Protection Program and support carbon sequesteration projects!Learn more here: www.beyondtoxics.org/climate-protection-program/ ... See MoreSee Less
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