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It's Your Oregon: Lisa Frack It's Your Oregon: Lisa Frack
Lisa says that if she could change one thing in the world to protect the environment, it would be to “seriously reduce consumption of unnecessary consumer goods since so much of our pollution and waste is generated by their production – starting with myself!”
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Oregon Procurement Guidelines: Safer products, innovative materials

OEC's Colin Price and Staple's Roger McFadden weigh in on new guidelines
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Eco-Healthy Home Challenge

The way you maintain your home can make a big difference to your family’s health. Get our room-by-room checklist to give your home an eco-healthy checkup, and use our guide to learn about changes you can make to improve your home environment.
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Impact Investing and the OEC Endowment Fund

For over 45 years, Oregon Environmental Council (OEC) has been leading the charge for impactful, lasting solutions to Oregon’s environmental challenges. Now OEC’s endowment investment portfolio will reflect OEC’s commitment to finding innovative and enduring environmental solutions.
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The Pesticide Stewardship Partnership Program: One Year Later

Just over a year ago, Oregon established a Pesticide Stewardship Partnership (PSP) Program that helps to ensure Oregon’s water quality through pesticide monitoring, training and tools for farmers to help reduce the amount of pesticide running off into our streams and rivers, and community collection events for safe disposal of pesticides.

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