General Meetings on the 4th Thursday, 6:30-8pm 
101 NW 23rd St, Corvallis
next meeting: Thursday 7/23
(agenda will be posted to calendar)

 March with us in the Corvallis 4th of July parade!

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Let’s make independence day about switching to renewable energy.  Our theme will be “Wind and Sun, Energy for Everyone”.  We have lot’s of great props that we need people to carry, giant sunflowers, butterflies, banners and solar panels.  Put on something festive, come on out and help us spread the word, the time for renewable energy and climate action is now!

Meet on the 4th at 9:30am by the Central Park gazebo.  We’ll be easy to spot, just look for all the sunflowers!

 

 


fossil-free-booklet-coverCorvallis Divests!

At the June 15th City Council meeting the divestment resolution was passed.  Read more here…

 

 


leavesConserve energy and help Corvallis win the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize!

Corvallis is one of 50 communities in the U.S. competing to see who can lower residential and municipal gas and electricity usage the most over a two year period.  The effort is being led by Energize Corvallis and the Sustainability Coalition’s Energy Action Team.  If Corvallis wins the prize most of the money will be spent on programs to further the goal of reducing usage of fossil fuels, while some size-able chunks will be raffled off to a handful of lucky participants.

If you would like to sign up to participate, you can do so at the Energize Corvallis website.

See more coverage of this from KEZI news.

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