Activist Alert 9-26-2013

• The BLM will hold a “public scoping meeting” to discuss the Middle McKenzie Project near Vida at 6 pm Thursday, Sept. 26, at the McKenzie Fire and Rescue Building at 42870 McKenzie Hwy. in Leaburg. Comments can also be emailed by Oct. 17 to or mailed to the BLM Headquarters, 3106 Pierce Parkway, Suite E, Springfield, 97477.

• The Future of Civic Stadium is the topic of City Club of Eugene at noon Friday, Sept. 27, at the Hilton 12th Floor Ballroom. Speakers will include Peter Powell of Fred Meyer, Dave Perez of the Y and Jürgen Ruckaberle of the Eugene Metro Fútbol Club. See

• The Oregon League of Conservation Voters will have its annual Harvest Fair fall gathering, dinner and silent auction from 1 to 4 pm Sunday, Sept. 29, at a private home. Speakers will include Eugene Councilor Claire Syrett. Contact Ashley@ or visit for more information.

“It’s All About Climate Change” is an event bringing global climate change activism of to Lane County. A family night featuring the music of Windsong plus Plaedo Wellman and others, will begin at 6:30 pm Friday, Sept. 27, at Cozmic, 199 W. 8th Ave. Donation. Call CALC  at 485-1755 or email

• A free Pacific Islands cultural event honoring the wisdom and traditions of the Marshall Islands will begin at noon with a potluck and continue until 7 pm Friday, Sept. 27, at the LCC Longhouse on the main campus.

• The 20th annual National Public Lands Day this year will focus on West Eugene Wetlands from 9 am to 1 pm Saturday, Sept. 28. Volunteers are welcome to contact Lorna Baldwin, at 682-4845 or

Support Local Food Rights and other community rights supporters are heading to Salem for a rally Monday morning, Sept. 30, in protest to Senate Bill 633, which preempts local regulation of seeds and their products. See

• The Conversations on the Forest series will continue at 7 to 8:30 pm Monday, Sept. 30, at Cozmic, 199 W. 8th Ave. Speakers will include Rob Handy, Kevin Matthews and special panelist will be firefighter and ecologist Tim Ingalsbee. Main topic will be wildfires, beetle kill and climate change. See

• The Laurel Ridge Planned Unit Development appeal is on the public hearing agenda of the Eugene Planning Commission at 6 pm Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Harris Hall, 125 E. 8th Ave. Written testimony can also be sent to the Planning Commission by email,