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 DEFENDING THE WESTERN U.S. FROM TIMBER AND BIOMASS EXTRACTION PLUNDER

Senator Wyden Guts the Clean Water Act to Aid Big Timber and Forest Biomass Extraction Industries

 Senator Wyden Weakens NEPA to Acheive Major Expansion of Logging and Biomass Extraction Upon 45 Million Acres of National Forests 

Listen to Radio Ad Exposing US Senator Wyden Atrocious Environmental Policy Record and the League of Conservation Voters ill Endorsement of Him on KINK FM 

Senator Wyden and Other Democrats Vote For $8.7 Billion in Food Stamp Cuts While Simultaneously Granting the Forest Service 

$2 Billion for Timber Sales While Supporting Koch Industries Until 2024.


EO WILSON. PRESERVE "HALF THE EARTH" TO STOP 6TH MASS EXTINCTION OF ALL WILD LIFE


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(An all-volunteer, grassroots advocacy nonprofit organization under 501(c)3 umbrella-group League of Wilderness Defenders)


VISION of Eco Advocates NWTo develop healthy, long-term, mutually-beneficial relationships between humans and the natural ecosystems that sustain life on Earth


MISSION of Eco Advocates NWTo promote genuine solutions for the health of Earth's communities of life (human, animal, plant, fungal) through grassroots advocacy, coalition building and education.


We at Eco Advocates NW believe that for the environmental movement to do more than just "slow down the rate at which things are getting worse," it must:

1)  Employ new, creative strategies;

2) Unite its many fragmented factions;

3) Reach out to other movements (social justice, civil rights, labor, etc.);

4) Never sacrifice long-term progress for short-term goals. 

 
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