Timber Jim Stumps in Salem for SB 1008

Spreading his love for Oregon, Timber Jim Serrill, retired lumberjack, cancer survivor and original mascot for the Portland Timbers, spent the day on May 8 stumping at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem for Senate Bill 1008, Clean Engines, Clean Air.

Watch his story with KPTV/Fox 12 Oregon.

And a fun preview/profile from Oregon Sports Final.

Read his story on why he’s so passionate about cleaning up dirty diesel in Oregon.

Help spread the love.

Let your state senator know that you love clean air and putting standards on dirty diesel pollution is important to you. Tell our lawmakers to to put back the health protections in Senate Bill 1008. We’ve made it easy to call. Click on this link and take action today!

Why Oregon Should Ditch Dirty Diesel

The health facts can’t be ignored. Find out why Oregon Environmental Council is working with hundreds of others to clean up our air with important diesel exhaust protections.

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