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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Don't forget: Come cluck for urban hens @ Salem City Council on May 4


Don't forget to come to City Hall tomorrow night, May 4, at 6:30 to cluck in favor of urban hens in Salem!

No surprise: Organic may be more nutritious

And over the long run it's no question -- because organic growing preserves and builds the soil health, there are definite nutritional benefits, because more good quality food can be grown with far fewer inputs.

Envisioning the Willamette Valley in 2059, 2109

FSELC Events: Monday, May 11, 2009, 7:00 p.m.
Straub Environmental Learning Center Issues Forum:
What will the Willamette Valley look like 50 to 100 years from now?

Paulus Lecture Hall (Room 201) at the Willamette University College of Law

Learn what the issues of the Willamette Basin may be in 50-100 years from now. A panel of experts will share their insights on future models and what changes could occur in our natural and built environments. Ideas for current planning on these future predictions will be discussed and a time for questions provided. David Hulse of the University of Oregon, Sara Vickerman of Defenders of Wildlife, Gail Achterman of the Oregon Department of Transportation and Rick Bastasch from the City of Portland’s River Renaissance Initiative, will be on the panel to share their ideas and entertain questions. Free and open to the public.