Oregon Community Rights Network 
is seeking a Grant Writer.

TO APPLY
Please email a resume and cover letter describing your interest in this position and the ways in which you satisfy the required qualifications. Attach one or more grant writing samples.

Deadline: July 15, 2022.

Chat for Change

TBA. Active, thought-provoking conversations that lead to change. Check back often for the next one.

Webinar Wednesday

WATER ~ July 13th, 6pm
In an effort to return to our natural relationship with water, many people in many nations around the globe are creating an enforcing legal rights for nature. Currently in Oregon our Community Rights Lane County chapter is drafting an initiative protecting their local watershed. Such work is necessary if we are to have access to unpolluted, natural water into the future.

Upcoming Events

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July

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Chat for Change

Stay tuned and check back often for next date and time.

Webinar Wednesdays

WATER ~ July 13th, 6pm ~ Learn More.

Please join Kai Huschke and our guest, Elliott Moffett for a discussion
about precious water, including:

  • Traditional water practices
  • Current realities of water – tribal and nontribal
  • Rebirthing our relationship to water
  • Efforts underway to legalize nature’s rights – Nez Perce and other tribes, Lane County and more …

Active County Chapters

Lincoln County

Lincoln County Community Rights (LCCR) is based on the coast of Oregon, they have  passed an aerial pesticide spray ban!

Lane County

Community Rights Lane County (CRLC) is based out of Eugene Oregon, their public meeting is the third Monday of the month.

Douglas County

Community Rights Douglas County is a group of individuals who are committed to protecting the ecosystems that our communities depend on.

Columbia County

Clean Columbia County is working to Establish a Community Bill of Rights for the People of Columbia County Providing for a Sustainable Energy Future.