Pacific Rivers Council event in Eugene Oct 2nd

Come on out Wednesday, October 2nd from 5:00-7:00 at the Hop Valley Brewing Co. Tasting Room in Eugene!

What: O&C Happy Hour and a screening of PRC’s short film: Forests to Faucets. Join us after work Wednesday, October 2nd for beer, snacks, and a short movie and discussion on current threats to many of Oregon’s most iconic rivers including the McKenzie, Siuslaw, Molalla, Nestucca, Trask, Umpqua and Rogue.

These rivers, and many others, will be impacted by proposals in Congress that would allow industrial timber harvest on our public lands. Please join us to learn more about this issue!

When: Wednesday, October 2nd, 5:00 to 7:00, film starts at 6:00 PM

Where: Hop Valley Brewing Co. Tasting Room
990 West 1st Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402

Pacific Rivers Council, American Rivers and the Wild Salmon Center are working to ensure that the management of over 2.4 million acres of federally-owned, public lands in western Oregon (also known as O&C Lands) is not based solely on the most profitable way to log these forests, but on the best way to keep the Oregon economy strong, our salmon and steelhead populations intact, and our water clean. And we need your help!

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