"It's a great organization that brings people together from diverse areas with different perspectives to address complex issues..."
When Eva Sippl launched her business, Eva’s Herbucha, she didn’t realize how it would bring her closer to Oregon
OEC’s work is powered by the generosity and commitment of people who care deeply about creating a more healthy and just environment for all Oregonians. As we look ahead to 2021, it will take all of us to achieve the momentum needed to make real and lasting change.
Here is a list of the many ways you can support OEC’s work with a tax-deductible donation:
Individual Membership: You can join today by making a one-time gift or becoming an Evergreen Member and committing to monthly contributions.
Willamette Week’s 2020 Give!Guide: Check out our Give!Guide page to see the different incentives we are offering with local businesses ...
I really value OEC’s determination. When challenges arose, OEC didn’t back down and didn’t give up.
Steven Rotter, from Grants Pass, has been a member of OEC for the past 18 years and has always had a passion for health and a love of the outdoors. He grew up in Wisconsin and went to summer camp in Northern Minnesota where he took canoe trips into the Canadian Boundary waters. Back then, in the 70s, they could still drink the water straight from the lakes and rivers! He has now been a physician in Oregon for over 30 years and continues to explore the great outdoors and deepen his knowledge about the best ways to remain healthy.
Recognizing that human health and environmental health go hand in hand, it was a natural fit for Steven to become ...
Evergreen Membership Spotlight – Through Sarah Mazze's experiences, she has been able to see the behind the scenes organizing OEC did that is crucial to policy-making in Oregon.