Monday, July 10th from 5:30 to 7:30 PM
At the Geos Institute (84 Fourth Street | Ashland, OR)
Thanks to the incredible community organizing work of Ashland youth, Ashland joined Eugene and Milwaukie to become the third Oregon city to commit to developing policy to transition new residential buildings away from fossil fuels. Want to learn more about the policy, the campaign, and what an electrification and clean air ordinance would mean for the city of Ashland?
Join the event, hosted by the Ashland Youth for Electrification Campaign, to learn more about the campaign and ways to get involved.