Earth, wind & dire, Protecting the planet a top priority for residents

2019 FILE PHOTO - Friends of Fall Creek Watershed founder Jen Moss, right, and granddaughter Annabelle pick up trash and debris.

Established in 1970, the resolve of Earth Day is simple: to take a walk with the wild side. To bring the importance of protecting the Earth to the attention of the public, the media, and our elected officials. In stride with that “we’re all in this together” attitude, Earth Day Oregon (EDO) amplifies the work of 70 nonprofits from Southern Oregon up the I-5 corridor, and two right here in rural . . .