Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in Eugene
Join Oregon Wild staff, colleagues, and supporters at the premiere environmental law conference in the country! The Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC), held each year at the University of Oregon Law School in Eugene, brings together attorneys, practioners, students, and activists from around the world to explore panel and keynote topics as interesting and diverse as environmentalism in China to wolf recovery in Oregon.
The conference is free, open to the public, and a great chance to learn more about all kinds of issues important to Oregon Wild's work and global environmentalism. More info at www.pielc.org.
Oregon Wild volunteers and staff can be found all weekend at our informational table in the Law School lobby, and staff are speaking on several panels. Come see them here:
- Organizing Strategies for Forest & Climate Defenders (Doug Heiken): Friday, March 4, 8:30-9:45am, Many Nations Longhouse
- The Oregon Herbicide Reform Movement (Jason Gonzales): Friday, March 4, 8:30-9:45am, Law 242
- Wolfshop (Rob Klavins): Friday, March 4, 9:00-11:00am, Law 110
- Community Based Efforts to Protect Oregonians from Harvmful Industrial Logging Practices (Jason Gonzales): Friday, March 4, 4:00-5:15pm, EMU Oak
- Fighting Aerial Spray and Water Quality Violoations on State & Private Forestlands (Jason Gonzales): Saturday, March 5, 9:00-10:15am, Law 184
- The Beef Between Public Lands, Grazing, Wildlife, and Meat Production (Pam Hardy): Saturday, March 5, 9:00-10:15am, Law 243
- Endangered Species & Forest Management (Doug Heiken): Saturday, March 5, 10:35-11:50am, Straub 145
- Wild Lands & Public Lands: Do they have a future? (Pam Hardy): Saturday, March 5, 3:55-5:10pm, Law 242