Howdy to all of our whole 350 climate organizing community across the PNW! 🌏

You are invited to come get plugged into some powerful grassroots organizing happening around two major climate issues here in our region – salmon recovery and forestry.

We’re excited to welcome two fabulous special guests this month to our 350 PNW regional call and we’re inviting all active organizers at 350 groups in the PNW to come join us this March 14th @ 6pm-7:30pm PT. Register HERE.

Special guests:

  • Doug Howell from Save Our Wild Salmon to share with us about the historic efforts underway in 2022 to remove the lower four Snake River Dams, and how we can build regional grassroots pressure to help stop salmon extinction, save the orca, support tribal justice, expand recreation, and create the largest wildlife restoration and climate adaptation area in the country.
  • Brenna Bell from the 350 PDX Forest Defense Team to share with us about the new Let Trees Grow campaign – a national push at the federal level to influence the Biden administration to protect mature and old-growth trees and forests from logging across America’s public lands as a cornerstone of U.S. climate policy. There’s a lot of great forestry organizing emerging in our region (like the PNW Forest Climate Alliance!) and this is a great opportunity for us to connect and network with each other around this growing topic.

We are excited to gather the regional 350 groups together to connect and get the full brief on these campaigns. And to create space for ongoing coordination and relationship building between our 350 PNW local groups!.

I hope to see you on March 14th!

Grace Hope (they/them)

Leadership Development Director with 350 Seattle
Network Facilitator with the 350 WA Network
Organizing on the ancestral lands of the Puyallup Tribe and Coast Salish peoples
These regional conversation calls are open to all active organizers from local groups in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, and Montana, and are a place to join in conversation around our local and regional efforts to grow the movement for climate justice. We join together in conversation to share ideas, companionship, and resources between organizers and to help build resilience in our local groups as we all work to adapt to the rapidly changing organizing landscape of 2021 and beyond.