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  • Take Action | The Lands Council
    spill fire or explosion The record of oil train accidents fires and explosions across the U S and Canada shows that these are not isolated once in a lifetime risks These are risks I do not want my community to face Oil spill into the Chehalis River The trains that feed these terminals would roll along the Chehalis River exposing it do the possibility of an oil spill This would harm the river and also leak spilled crude oil into the Grays Harbor estuary Increased oil train traffic along the Columbia River and through the Columbia River Gorge The DEIS limited its cumulative impact review and did not consider the elevated risks along the entire rail route including in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Oil tanker and barge traffic in Grays Harbor The DEIS finds that the increased marine vessel traffic from these terminals would increase the risk of a collision and oil spill into Grays Harbor Even a small oil spill into Grays Harbor would harm fish and wildlife commercial tribal and recreational fishing and tourism The type of crude oil being shipped through my community The DEIS fails to adequately review the type of crude oil being shipped through these terminals Bakken oil from North Dakota and tar sands crude from Alberta are both extremely hazardous but in different ways and the final EIS would need to fully review their unique health risks spill clean up issues and global warming impacts Impacts on salmon and other fish and wildlife in Grays Harbor The DEIS finds that the risk of an oil spill is low but cannot be fully mitigated and if a spill occurred the environmental damage would be significant Many studies have shown that salmon and other fish are harmed by exposure to crude oil even in very small amounts To protect a healthy Grays Harbor we should deny the permits for these projects Cumulative impacts from 3 terminals and more There are 3 separate terminals proposed for Grays Harbor and I do not want my community to turn into an industrial oil shipping zone Looking even broader with proposals for other crude by rail terminals coal export terminals and LNG shipping terminals the impacts on communities throughout Washington and Oregon of this rush to turn the Pacific Northwest into a thoroughfare for dirty and dangerous fossil fuels does not comport with my vision of our future Building hazardous oil terminals in a earthquake and liquefaction area An earthquake causing direct damage liquefaction shoreline subsidence or tsunamis could cause an oil spill into Grays Harbor these well known risks simply cannot be mitigatedRespecting tribal treaty rights and tribal culture The Quinault and Chehalis peoples have lived in this area since time immemorial The Quinault Indian Nation has a treaty with the U S government to fish and gather in Grays Harbor and the DEIS finds that there is a risk that those resources will be harmed The state agency on historic preservation has already written

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/take-action/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Volunteer | The Lands Council
    for their contribution to our work Current Opportunities There are no specific opportunities at this time Please sign up below to be a general volunteer Read More BECOME A VOLUNTEER Contact Details First name Last name Email address Address City State Zip Code Phone number Please indicate which current opportunity you are interested in or give us a short description of your interests skills or leave us a note here Which opportunities are you interested in hearing more about General interest I ll help where I can Outreach Field work Office administrative and data entry Tree and stream maintenance Events When are you available Weekday mornings Weekday afternoons Weekends Forward these opportunities to a friend Your name Friend Email Addresses Email addresses should be comma separated Submit Find Events Become a member Volunteer Make a quick donation here 5 25 100 Get connected Featured Video More videos Upcoming Events 19 May Save Mt Spokane Fundraiser May 19 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 03 Jun First Friday Open House June 3 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 11 Jun Paddle the Hanford Reach June 11 June 12 Mattawa WA United States More events Instagram

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/volunteer/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Current Opportunities | The Lands Council
    More videos Upcoming Events 19 May Save Mt Spokane Fundraiser May 19 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 03 Jun First Friday Open House June 3 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 11 Jun Paddle the Hanford Reach June 11 June 12 Mattawa WA United States More events Instagram Photos Contact Info The Lands Council 25 W Main Ave Ste 222 Spokane WA 99201

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/volunteer/current-opportunities/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Membership and Renewals | The Lands Council
    Inland Northwest forests water and wildlife Here s what you can expect from your membership Up to date information about environmental issues affecting the Inland Northwest Timely e mail alerts outlining ways you can take action locally Our newsletter The Council News which is full of valuable stories and updates on how you can help protect the local environment Invitations to outings and fun events and volunteer opportunities The knowledge that you are making a difference locally We have a variety of membership levels Please take a look at the list below find the level you are most comfortable with and become a member today Membership Levels 20 Fixed income Student 40 Individual Membership 55 Family Membership 100 Supporter 250 Legacy Circle Wildlife Supporter 500 Legacy Circle Forest Champion 1000 Legacy Circle Watershed Sponsor Donate Find Events Become a member Volunteer Make a quick donation here 5 25 100 Get connected Featured Video More videos Upcoming Events 19 May Save Mt Spokane Fundraiser May 19 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 03 Jun First Friday Open House June 3 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 11 Jun Paddle the Hanford Reach June 11 June

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/support-us/membership-and-renewals/ (2016-05-02)
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  • The Legacy Circle | The Lands Council
    In addition to the regular benefits of membership to demonstrate our appreciation to these individuals we offer contributors at each level a range of benefits Wildlife Supporter 250 499 annually Recognition in our annual report and a complimentary copy Forest Champion 500 999 annually All the above benefits A special quarterly e newsletter An invitation to our annual patron party a reception to honor our highest donors Watershed Sponsor 1 000 4 999 annually All the above benefits Opportunities for personal visits and updates from our staff and board Invitations to join our staff and board in Watershed Tours where we visit special places we are working to protect Bioregion Steward 5 000 9 999 annually All the above benefits Advance notice of key program initiatives and reports A personal invitation to an annual breakfast with the Executive Director and Board President Ecosystem Guardian 10 000 All the above benefits A personal Watershed Tour with staff and board visiting special places we are working to protect A personal invitation to an annual dinner with the Executive Director and members of the Board of Directors Join The Legacy Circle today Business Partner Levels 250 00 to 5 000 00 For more information on becoming a Business Partner with TLC contact Chelsea Updegrove cupdegrove at landscouncil org or call 509 209 2047 for more information Donate Find Events Become a member Volunteer Make a quick donation here 5 25 100 Get connected Featured Video More videos Upcoming Events 19 May Save Mt Spokane Fundraiser May 19 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 03 Jun First Friday Open House June 3 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 11 Jun Paddle the Hanford Reach June 11 June 12 Mattawa WA United States More events Instagram Photos Contact Info

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/support-us/membership-and-renewals/the-legacy-circle/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Business Partners | The Lands Council
    we offer contributors at each level a range of benefits Friends 250 499 annually All the benefits of The Lands Council membership including The Council News invites to special events and email updates Invite to The Lands Council s complimentary Business Partners Breakfasts After Hours Special invitation to the annual Holiday Party Business name listed with web link on our Business Partners web page Supporters 500 999 annually All the above benefits Flexibility to shape a mutually beneficial partnership plan by choosing from our menu of sponsorship opportunities Sponsors 1 000 2 499 annually All the above benefits Prominent display of business logo with web link on our website and in The Lands Council News for one year Two individual memberships offered beyond business membership Flexibility to shape a mutually beneficial partnership plan by choosing from our menu of sponsorship opportunities Advocates 2 500 4 999 annually All the above benefits Prominent display of logo in The Council News for one year Four individual memberships offered beyond business membership Flexibility to shape a mutually beneficial partnership plan by choosing from our menu of sponsorship opportunities Stewards 5 000 annually All the above benefits Prominent display of logo in The Council News for one year and live link on The Lands Council s home page Flexibility to shape a mutually beneficial partnership plan by choosing from our menu of sponsorship opportunities Become a Business Partner today The Lands Council is a tax exempt 501c 3 organization and all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law Donate Find Events Become a member Volunteer Make a quick donation here 5 25 100 Get connected Featured Video More videos Upcoming Events 19 May Save Mt Spokane Fundraiser May 19 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 03 Jun First

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/support-us/business-partners/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Sponsor an Event | The Lands Council
    Sponsoring an event is a great way to market your business to a targeted group of active and engaged members and supporters The Lands Council has many attractive benefits for event sponsors and sponsorship packages are available Consider Sponsoring One of Our Events TLC s quarterly open house 50 attendees Opportunity to speak to group Business name and logo on all promotional materials TLC s annual April Showers Auction Have the opportunity to sponsor The Lands Council s largest event of the year with 400 guests Read more Reforest Spokane Day 500 plus volunteers Read more Donate Find Events Become a member Volunteer Make a quick donation here 5 25 100 Get connected Featured Video More videos Upcoming Events 19 May Save Mt Spokane Fundraiser May 19 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 03 Jun First Friday Open House June 3 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25 West Main 11 Jun Paddle the Hanford Reach June 11 June 12 Mattawa WA United States More events Instagram Photos Contact Info The Lands Council 25 W Main Ave Ste 222 Spokane WA 99201 509 838 4912 phone 509 838 5155 fax tlc at landscouncil org About Us Staff

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/support-us/sponsor-an-event/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Other Ways to Give | The Lands Council
    work protecting and revitalizing the Inland Northwest forests water and wildlife Purchase a pint or a TLC growler at their tasting room in the Saranac Commons 19 W Main Avenue Roast House Coffee Beaver Slap Blend The Lands Council s proprietary blend made by Spokane s own Roast House Coffee Roasters Purchase by clicking below or visit their tasting room 423 E Cleveland Medium roasted with a Toffee Aroma Caramel Acidity Cocoa Body with notes of Chocolate and sweet Dried Banana Most often people associate this coffee with pudding which at its finest is balanced between sweet and savory Purchase Here Amazon Smile When you shop at AmazonSmile Amazon donates 0 5 of the purchase price to Lands Council Bookmark the link http smile amazon com ch 94 3090355 and support us every time you shop Shop Here Fred Meyer You are now able to link your Rewards Card to your favorite nonprofit The Lands Council Whenever you use your Rewards Card when shopping at Freddy s you will be helping us earn a donation from Fred Meyer If you do not have a Rewards Card you can sign up for one at the Customer Service Desk of any Fred Meyer store You can link your Rewards Card to The Lands Council just log in or create an online account Enrolling is an easy process that s clearly outlined on the site You can begin earning donations for your nonprofit when they shop at Fred Meyer using a linked Rewards Card This is an ongoing program and Customers may enroll at any time Find Events Become a member Volunteer Make a quick donation here 5 25 100 Get connected Featured Video More videos Upcoming Events 19 May Save Mt Spokane Fundraiser May 19 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 25

    Original URL path: http://landscouncil.org/support-us/other-ways-to-give/ (2016-05-02)
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