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The Eugene Wildfire Preparedness Coalition is presenting the “Lessons of the Wildfire Season” PowerPoint presentation. Wildfire is the new normal and one of the greatest threats to our rural and urban communities.
We need to take the lessons from the Holiday Farm Fire and the 2020 Wildfire Season and prepare our community for the future.
Come watch and participate in the presentation to understand how wind driven wildfires operate, how we can prepare our neighborhoods and prevent wildfire from entering our communities.
The event will be Thursday February 4th at 6:00 pm.
Zoom Invite: https://zoom.us/j/97022660822
Wondering how to properly prepare plastics for recycling? This comprehensive paper on The Importance of Cleaning, Drying, and Sorting details all the things one needs to do and WHY. If you are serious about recycling, please read this webpage posted by EcoGeneration.org.
Thanks to Carleen Reilly for sharing this link. Carleen publishes the “River Road Community Resource Group Newsletter,” the email news weekly that focuses on land use, transportation, parks and open spaces, economic development, and Community interests as they they affect the River Road and Santa Clara neighborhoods. To get on the mailing list contact Carleen at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the city of Eugene:
Report hate and bias incidents by phone at 541-682-5177, online at www.eugene-or.gov/reporthate.
Join the NAACP and our local community as we gather in the spirit of renewal! Our theme this year is Where do we go from here?
9:30-10:30 am – Grab your car, bike, or feet and join us at 2727 MLK Blvd for our drive-thru t-shirt and mask pickup. We will be live streaming for those who can’t make it.
11:00-12:00 pm — Virtual program featuring Senator Wyden, Representative DeFazio, artist performances, and words from local leaders and activists!
The City of Eugene is conducting a survey regarding COVID-19 impacts in our community, and we would like to encourage anyone to take the COVID-19 Household Survey so we can better understand the impacts the pandemic has had and continues to have on the Eugene community. The survey is now open for anyone to respond through Engage Eugene, the City’s online engagement platform (registration required). The Spanish language version of the survey has been active since mid-December. Both the English and Spanish surveys will be open through January 31.
Data from the survey will help inform City efforts to support recovery from the pandemic. Additionally, the survey also serves as an outreach tool to promote recovery-related programs and resources that are available to the community through our organization and our partners.
The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. Information will remain confidential, and results from the survey will only be shared as a group (no individual’s answers will be made available). Once the data analysis is complete, we will be sharing the results.