Save Chehalem Mountain
A place to learn about current issues facing the sustainability and longevity of the Chehalem Mountain Region. Thank you for stopping by!
We are facing a massive challenge and we need the support of our neighbors, allies, and local jurisdiction. We want to combine scientific research, local and environmental regulations, and community support in order to undertake the issues we are fighting due to the activities at 18505 NE Jaquith Rd.
We need your involvement to help save Chehalem Mountain!
We need ALL Neighbors to take a proactive role by getting the word out:
We would like to get everyone living in parts of Tigard, Sherwood, Newberg, Chehalem Mountain, Bald Peak, Hillsboro, Scholls, Laurel, up to Gaston involved (see map below). We need to increase our reach to everyone that could be affected so we can all stay informed and active. To help with our goals, please do any or all of the following:
1) SHARE on your social media, let our neighbors know! (Click the word “SHARE” to draft a social media post!)
2) SUBSCRIBE to our weekly updates, and encourage your neighbors to do so as well (enter your email at the bottom of this page)
3) WRITE to the media and the Oregon Water Resources Department
4) CALL your Local and State Representatives
5) Make a pledge or a DONATION to help cover legal fees, and expert testimony
If you would like to donate in person, please contact us by email at:
If you would like to mail a check (this saves us on donation processing fees!), you can send them to:
Save Chehalem Mountain
15532 SW Pacific Hwy C1B #331
Tigard, OR 97224
Donations through this website will be securely processed through Paypal! If you would like to make a large donation, please help us avoid donation processing fees and get in touch with us via email to arrange it.
Thank you for helping maintain sustainable use of natural resources!
Find Your Home/Business in the shaded area = You will be affected! Click the image to view a larger version.
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