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Joel Iboa (right) shows untreated water for labor camp workers in Oregon collected by Dagoberto Morales, Director of UNETE Center for Farmworker Advocacy (left). Photo by Natalie Hardwicke.

Joel Iboa, former Environmental Justice Beyond Toxics staff person (right), shows untreated water for labor camp workers in Oregon collected by Dagoberto Morales, Director of UNETE Center for Farmworker Advocacy (left). Photo by Natalie Hardwicke.

Beyond Toxics has dedicated staff and a committed Board of Directors, but we couldn’t do the work we do in Oregon without the generous help of community members like you!

We envision a future where everyone has equal access to a healthy and safe environment.

Beyond Toxics provides leadership for a clean and just Oregon. We partner with frontline communities and support their leadership to build a statewide environmental justice movement.

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Ways You Can Make a Difference


Learn more about the issues that matter to you. See our page listing important resources to help you make informed decisions about the environmental health issues that matter most to you. (see our Beyond Toxics Fact Sheet)

We are involved in several campaigns across these main issue areas:

Environmental Justice (merges environmental health with social justice)
West Eugene Industrial Corridor Environmental Health Project
Worker Justice Is Environmental Justice
Human rights and chemical exposure  
Climate Justice

Pesticide Reform
Forestry Pesticide Project
Chemical Trespass and Human Rights
Save Oregon’s Bees Project

Air Quality
Air Toxics Pollution



JOB OPENING: Climate Justice Organizer position*
Are you passionate about environmental justice and community resilience? Do you want to make a difference in local communities and in state climate policy? Are you driven to make an impact addressing environmental and climate justice?

Beyond Toxics is looking for a skilled, energetic, organized and passionate person for the Climate Justice Organizer position, which is a unique job-share with the NAACP-Lane County. People with Spanish language and multi-cultural perspectives are encouraged to apply! Check it out–and be part of the Climate Justice Movement!

Download the Job Description (PDF)

* All are welcome to apply and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, class, gender, national origin, marital status or age in our operations and activities. Beyond Toxics and NAACP welcome people of color, LGBTQ and all gender expressions, people with disabilities, and people from working-class backgrounds and multi-cultural backgrounds to apply. Beyond Toxics and NAACP are equal opportunity employers.


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There are MANY reasons to be hopeful…protecting what you cherish is possible! Beyond Toxics remains your vigilant advocate.

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We have created internship opportunities, which are more structured than volunteering. See the Internship and Volunteer page for a current listing with descriptions.

Interested in volunteering? Many of our events depend on a wide variety of dedicated, generous volunteers from our community. If this sounds like fun, we welcome your involvement! Please visit our Volunteer page to see how you can get involved. Or you can email us directly: volunteers (at) beyondtoxics (dot) org or internships (at) beyondtoxics (dot) org.



There are no job openings at this time.

This policy states Beyond Toxics’ position on discrimination.

Beyond Toxics values and supports diversity in principle and practice. There shall be no barriers to full and equal participation and/or employment in this organization on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, marital status, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, national origin or source of legal income.

This policy will be followed by Beyond Toxics’ governing board, staff, volunteers, outside vendors, consultants, and contractors and will be applied to members and those served by the organization.