The Green Earth booth is a diverse collection of community educators and activists who are dedicated to promoting social and ecological justice for current and future generations of all species.

We welcome your presence in our common goal of cherishing and protecting this green and beautiful planet! We are located between the Peace and Justice booth and the Spirit booth in the Oregon Country Fair’s Community Village. Look for the big sun adorning the front of our booth.

Check out the Timber Wars podcast produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting and featuring the activism of Green Earth booth members!

Restoring Eden

Making hearts bigger, hands dirtier, and voices stronger by rediscovering the biblical call to love, serve, and protect God’s creation.

15482 SE Bradford Rd. Clackamas, OR 97015

Corvallis Odd Fellows Living Legacy

The Corvallis Odd Fellows participate in the International Order of Odd Fellows’ Living Legacy Program by planting trees and restoring forest habitat.

Corvallis Odd Fellows Living Legacy
223 SW 2nd St, Corvallis, OR 97333

Corvallis Sustainability Coalition

The Corvallis Sustainability Coalition is a network of organizations and individuals in Corvallis, Oregon, who are working together to create a sustainable community. It includes businesses, non-profits, faith
communities, educational institutions, and government entities—all committed to creating a
community that values environmental quality, social equity, and economic vitality.

Our primary purpose is to foster communication and collaboration, so we can accelerate progress toward a sustainable future. Our work has built on the efforts and accomplishments of the City of Corvallis and other community groups.

To join or donate, please visit our website:

Corvallis Sustainability Coalition
PO Box 2310, Corvallis, OR 97339

Our Children’s Trust

Our Children’s Trust elevates the voice of youth to secure the legal right to a stable climate and healthy atmosphere for the benefit of all present and future generations. Through our programs, youth participate in advocacy, public education and civic engagement to ensure the viability of all natural systems in accordance with science.

To join or donate, please visit our website:

Here are some things YOU can do to support our work and the young people standing up for their rights to a livable future.

  • Join the #youthvgov movement.
  • Donate to support our continued efforts!
  • Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
  • Share our posts with your followers.
  • Join or start up a YouCAN chapter in your own community.
  • Are you a young person? Join Earth Guardians, an organization of young leaders who are fighting for our futures across the globe.

Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah

Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah’s mission is to protect and enhance native ecosystems and compatible recreation in the Mt. Pisgah area in Lane County, Oregon. We participate in many community
events, including the Wildflower Festival, volunteer clean up parties on the river, UO enviro justice
symposium, the Fiddlehead Fest, and we also put on our own events, tours, and workshops.

To join or donate, please visit our website:

338 W 11th, Eugene, OR 97401

Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, and Ecology

Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, and Ecology (FUSEE) promotes safe, ethical, ecological fire management. We strive to inform and empower fire management workers and their citizen supporters to become Torchbearers for Ecological Fire Management. We have presented at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in Eugene, and the International Fire Ecology and Management Congress in Orlando.

To join or donate, please visit our website:

Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, and Ecology
2852 Willamette St. #125, Eugene, OR 97405

LandWatch Lane County

LandWatch Lane County is a 501(c) (3) tax exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Lane County’s water, soils and air so that our natural areas, farms and forests will remain vital in perpetuity.

Our organization is very known for its participation in defending Parvin Butte and also more recently saving T.V. butte in Oakridge. Currently we have been assisting the community near Lane Community College pertaining to hundreds of acres that were clear cut by the McDougals and planning on selling off to eager developers.

To join or donate, please visit our website:

LandWatch Lane County
P.O. Box 5347, Eugene, OR 97405


We are a group of citizens that feel strongly about the need to take immediate action to address the problems related to climate change.” Basically that means we promote information and actions to raise awareness, through individual and collective efforts, about the necessity of taking action in many ways to reduce the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide to 350 parts per million (or below).

NoLNG protest rally at State Capitol (Jan. ’18); Clean Energy Jobs Rally at State Capitol (Feb ’18); EcoFilm Festival (Feb ’18); Sustainability Fair/Corvallis Sustainability Coalition Town Hall (March); OSU Earth Day tabling (April ’18), Earth Day Fair at Corvallis HS (April ’18), Valve Turners Fundraiser April ’18 (at Oddfellows Hall); “Fossil Free” livestream “Town Hall” hosting at Methodist Church (Jan ’18); cosponsored streaming broadcast of “A Spirit of Justice: A Conversation Between Michelle Alexander and Naomi Klein,” at UU Corvallis Church (Feb.’18); fossil fuels divestment protest actions at Wells Fargo and other local banks; participation in development and implementation of City of Corvallis’ Climate Action Plan.



SOLVE is a statewide, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to bring Oregonians together to improve our environment and build a legacy of stewardship. We are dedicated to developing relationships among different groups, individuals, and businesses in pursuit of a common goal: to protect and preserve the places that make up our uniquely beautiful home. SOLVE mobilizes one of Oregon’s largest volunteer networks to clean up our beaches, parks, neighborhoods, and other natural spaces through litter cleanups, invasive plant removal, planting native trees and shrubs, and other environmental projects. We annually support nearly 30,000 volunteers in 900 projects throughout the state.

To join or donate, please visit our website:

2000 SW 1st Ave Suite 400 Portland Oregon 97201

The Orca Network

The Orca Network
Local Contact: 1808 Brentwood Ave, Eug, OR 97404

Orca Network is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization registered in Washington State, dedicated to
raising awareness about the whales of the Pacific Northwest, and the importance of providing them healthy and safe habitats. A community is emerging that is increasingly attuned to the orca population, that cares about and tries to understand the needs of the resident and transient orcas that inhabit the Salish Sea.

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