Oregon’s Transportation Bill
We created this helpful infographic to walk you through what’s proposed in Oregon’s transportation funding package, House Bill 2017-3.
This 360 video allows you to move the camera with a mouse, pad or on the YouTube app on your
December 17, 2018, 4:55 pm
PORTLAND – New details of the Clean Energy Jobs bill show the culmination of meaningful and open discussion with Oregon’s stakeholders, who stand to benefit from thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars invested in communities impacted by climate change.
December 20, 2017, 8:19 pm
The Oregon Legislature’s Joint Committee on T
June 1, 2017, 4:03 pm
“Second careers, a well-planned next chapter, the pursuit of a shared passion” – this is how Bill Sweat describes his life in Oregon as co-owner of Winderlea, a boutique winery specializing in the limited production of pinot noir and chardonnay. Bill and his wife, Donna, fell in love with pinot noir in the early 1990s. They found the characteristics they most loved about it in Oregon’s pinot noir, and relocated from Boston to Dundee in 2006.
May 11, 2017, 6:07 pm
By Kevin Kasowski, OEC Staff Saturday, May 13, Oregonians will be celebrating a dramatic moment that happened 50 years ago and played a pivotal role in establishing Oregon’s environmental legacy and the quality of life we enjoy today. It was 1967. Before the Clean Water Act. Before the Clean Air Act. Before EPA. Before the Oregon Environmental Council (
May 9, 2017, 10:51 pm
On March 8th, the Chetco Community Public Library and Friends of the Chetco Library in Brookings, OR, present “Climate Change Coming Home”, a presentation by Bill Bradbury. The former Oregon Secretary of State and State Senator (and former OEC board member) will discuss climate change and its effects on our region. He’ll also be available to answer questions from community members. Currently serving as one of Oregon’s two representatives to the Northwest Power and Conse
January 13, 2017, 11:28 pm
OEC is celebrating Governor Brown’s signing of SB 1563 this week for the benefit of Oregon’s rivers, streams and coastal waters. This bill, sponsored by Senator Roblan, helps low- and middle-income families confront leaking or failing septic systems. It creates a low-interest loan program, to be administered by DEQ, for “repairing, upgrading or evaluating residential or small business on-site septic systems.” Properly functioning septic systems treat sewage to
May 27, 2016, 6:08 pm