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Corporations have nearly endless money and resources. But the one thing they don’t have is the power of the people! That is why we need you to build this movement!

Are you ready to get involved with Community Rights Lane County (CRLC)? Your participation will help take the organization and the work ahead to the next level.

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Email: volunteer@communityrightslanecounty.org Call: 541-357-8137

 

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These gatherings advance our community’s work challenging corporate practices that threaten our health, environment and economy.

WHEN: Third Monday of every month from 6:00–8:00 pm WHERE:  First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St., Eugene

We come together to:

  • Learn about the latest local and national Community Rights developments
  • Build our region’s Community Rights movement
  • Learn about other campaigns throughout Oregon

 

 “I hope that we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.” —Thomas Jefferson, written in 1816


Natural Resource Economist Ernie Niemi

Thursday October 19th at 7pm Eugene Garden Club - parking across the street   Ernie Niemi is a scientist and natural resource economist trained at the University of Oregon and Harvard. As President of Natural Resource Economics, Inc., he specializes in economic-impact analysis to understand the economic importance of natural resources. He has been active on numerous advisory boards, including the Citizen’s Task Force for Developing a Strategic Plan for the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, and the Technical Advisory Committee on Land Use and Economic Development for the Oregon Dept. of Land Conservation and Development.   ...Read More

The Signatures are being Delivered to the County Clerk!

Join Us! Friday, Sept. 29th @10am As we deliver the petitions for certification to the Lane County Elections office at 275 W10th Ave. in Eugene. Thanks to your hard work, we have collected more than 15,000 signatures calling for a BAN on the aerial spraying of herbicides by timber corporations! The amendment requires 11,500 signatures of registered Lane County voters, but public support has been so strong the final tally has far exceeded our goal. WE NEED A BIG TURNOUT Help us generate press coverage and send a message to corporations that The People Are United! Bring your friends, family, and neighbors, and we will see you there! ...Read More

Big Announcement at this month’s CRA!

  Thank you to everyone that came out last month after the eclipse. We had lots of fun and enjoyed everyone's company. You helped us with a very good cause. We have some great news this month! We're ready to take the next big step, are you with us? If you've been wanting to get involved, this is the time to do it. We hope to see you Monday! ...Read More

Community Rights Action is a Fundraiser for CRLC!

This month we'll be at Falling Sky Delicatessen on Monday, August 21st. All day long you can present this flyer and CRLC will get 25% of your purchase! Come on over after the Eclipse and celebrate our community, friends and Community Rights work. Then @6pm we'll have our Community Rights Action meeting there at Falling Sky! Bring your friends, have some dinner and drinks, and you'll be helping raise money for a good cause! ...Read More

Lincoln County: Siletz River Takes Legal Action to Defend Its Rights

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Maria Sause mkrausster@gmailcom 541 574 2961; cell 541 961 6385 Newport, Oregon:  This afternoon the Siletz River Ecosystem filed a motion to intervene in the lawsuit Rex Capri and Wakefield Farms, LLC v. Dana W. Jenkins and Lincoln County, and Lincoln County Community Rights. This is the third ecosystem in the United States to take legal action to protect its rights, secured in this case by Measure 21-177, which was adopted by Lincoln County voters in the May 2017 election. The two plaintiffs – Rex Capri of Newport and Wakefield Farms of Eddyville – claim that their “right” to spray toxic pesticides aerially is greater than the right of the people of Lincoln County to protect public health, clean water, and the rights of ecosystems and natural communities not to be poisoned from the air. Lincoln County Community Rights (LCCR) was granted intervention in the case on July 2, 2017, after the county made it clear that their interest lies merely in getting an opinion from the court and not in actively defending the law adopted by voters in May. “I have lived in Lincoln County for 43 years in a home surrounded by river and forest. I am part of the ecosystems of ...Read More