North Coast Communities for Watershed Protection and the Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition are honored to host a special webinar with author and legal theorist Mary Christina Wood of the University of Oregon School of Law. Professor Wood, the Founding Director of the school’s nationally-acclaimed Environmental and Natural Resources Law Center, will speak on “Reclaiming Our Public Trust Rights.” The webinar, free and open to all, takes place on Monday, Oct. 17, at 6:00 p.m. P.T.
To register, for this event, go to: us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sceitpj4jGt1JEjtK1Rz9wjjpwo7P-7y1. Registration links can also be found on the websites of the sponsoring organizations, www.healthywatershed.org or www.oregonshores.org.
North Coast Communities for Watershed Protection is a grassroots group of concerned citizens advocating for no more logging and no more pesticide spraying near our coastal drinking watersheds, regardless of land ownership. You can sign our petition (https://petitions.sumofus.org/p/healthywatershed .) www.facebook.com/NCCWATERSHEDPROTECTION
Oregon Shores is a 50-year-old organization that works to protect all aspects of the coastal environment, including its forests and water quality. To learn more, go to www.oregonshores.org.