Press Releases

Release for November 8, 2016: VICTORY FOR MEASURE 99 MEANS OUTDOOR SCHOOL FOR ALL OREGON KIDS

Release for October 31, 2016 (From The Nature Conservancy in Oregon): NEW MEASURE 99 ADS FOCUS ON UNPLUGGING KIDS, RECONNECTING THEM WITH NATURE

Release for October 24, 2016: PORTLANDIA STARS CARRIE BROWNSTEIN AND FRED ARMISEN SHOW THEIR OUTDOOR SCHOOL SPIRIT

Release for September 12, 2016: TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE: LOCAL BUSINESSES EMBRACE YES ON 99 FOR EDUCATION, ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY BENEFITS

Release for August 19, 2016: CITY CLUB RELEASES ITS REPORT ON MEASURE 99 TO SAVE OUTDOOR SCHOOL FOR ALL, RECOMMENDS “YES” VOTE

Release for August 9, 2016: SAVE OUTDOOR SCHOOL FOR ALL GARNERS GOV. KATE BROWN’S SUPPORT, GENERATES NATIONAL BUZZ

Release for July 25, 2016: SAVE OUTDOOR SCHOOL FOR ALL MEASURE OFFICIALLY QUALIFIES FOR 2016 OREGON BALLOT, VERIFIED BY SECRETARY OF STATE

Release for June 30, 2016: JOURNEY TO PROTECT OREGON’S OUTDOOR SCHOOL LEGACY BEGINS WITH 130,000 SIGNATURES

Release for April 15, 2016: HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS ENDORSE, SAY IT’S TIME TO BRING OUTDOOR SCHOOL BACK TO HEALTH

Release for April 11, 2016: MONDAY CONCERT SERIES TO SUPPORT SAVE OUTDOOR SCHOOL ON TAP AT THE STARDAY

Release for April 5, 2016: NATIONAL, LOCAL OUTDOOR INDUSTRY LEADERS GET BEHIND EFFORT TO SAVE OUTDOOR SCHOOL IN OREGON

Release: OUTDOOR SCHOOL FOR ALL HOSTS SIGNATURE GATHERING RALLY IN CORVALLIS, CALLS ON MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY CITIZENS TO HELP #SAVEOUTDOORSCHOOL

Release: OREGON’S SAVE OUTDOOR SCHOOL FOR ALL BALLOT MEASURE CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF, FEB. 20

Fact Sheets

Save Outdoor School for All (IP67) Economic Facts and FAQ’s

Speeches

PHOTOS FROM THE FEBRUARY 20TH CAMPAIGN SIGNATURE LAUNCH EVENT

 

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Outdoor School Voices

A collection of Outdoor School stories.

Outdoor School had a big influence on me. From building lifelong friendships and teaching respect for the environment, to giving kids the confidence to get outside their comfort zone, Outdoor School is an incredibly valuable experience.
— Timber Joey, the Portland Timbers team mascot
Sixth grade camp here at CCMS is a way for students to let go of their technology for a week and see the beauty of the world outside of their cell phones. Outdoor schools is a way to let students step out of their comfort zone and have fun with it.
— Mistryee, 7th grade, Crook County Middle School
Every morning, afternoon and night we ate as a family. That was a great thing to do because not everyone at home has a family to eat with and talk about how their day went. I strongly believe that every single person should be able to feel what we all felt that week and just enjoy learning in the outdoors.
— Rita, 8th Grade, Crook County Middle School