This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Climate and health impacts of Northwest Natural Gas are discussed at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference. Eugene’s Parks and Open Space plan to re-wild Amazon Creek near South Eugene High School. A Former Eugene Neighborhood and Community Liaison says HB2001 public engagement avoided involvement by neighborhoods. An … Read more
This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) builds a powerhouse management team for 2022 350 Eugene will give a presentation April 24 at the Campbell Center on how to start moving away from fossil fuels Eugene City Council candidates for ward 4 and 5 answer questions And more! These … Read more
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Indivisible Eugene is a grassroots all-volunteer 501c4 community group working toward building a progressive future. Their mission is to build a local, inclusive resistance movement to oppose regressive policies by collaborating with ally groups to promote a just democracy and support the common good. Indivisible Eugene values inclusivity, community, nonviolence, fairness, and factuality. They work … Read more
This Wednesday, April 4, is the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination. The Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC) is hosting a reading of excerpts from the last sermon King delivered, “Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution.” The event begins at 7 p.m. and will be held at First Christian Church, 1166 … Read more
Today from noon-4pm in downtown Eugene, the local Sierra Club is hosting their annual Native Plant Sale (also on Facebook). The Many Rivers Group has over 3,000 members from Lane, Douglas, and Coos counties. They are strong advocates protecting the ecosystems we all depend on to survive and thrive, and organize frequent outings, and informational events, … Read more
Water is Life honors the Water Is Life Movement that began at Standing Rock. The show is a space for conversations that honor, love, and stand up for our waters in many different ways. We generally begin grounded in spiritual, artistic, emotional, or related aspects of water, and continue with water-related news before shifting into … Read more
Water is Life honors the Water Is Life Movement that began at Standing Rock. The show is a space for conversations that include honoring and loving our water in many different ways, and standing up to protect it. You can listen at KEPW.org, or at 97.3FM if you are in our service area in Eugene … Read more
Water is Life honors the Water Is Life movement that began at Standing Rock. This hour is a space for conversations that include honoring and loving our water in many different ways, and standing up to protect it. You can listen at KEPW.org, or at 97.3 LPFM if you are in our service area in … Read more