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Join us for a Community Conversation about Chemical Exposures and Public Health

June 10, 2010 - June 20, 2010

Are you concerned about the effect of chemical exposures on your and your family’s health? Oregon Environmental Council, Oregon Toxics Alliance, and Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility invite you to help us generate fresh ideas and share strategies to strengthen the way the United States protects the public from exposure to harmful chemicals in air, water, soil, and consumer products.



Upcoming Community Conversations: 



Monday June 7, 6:15 pm-7:45 pm

Eugene Public Library, Tykeson Room

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Hood River

Thursday, June 10, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Hood River County Museum

(300 E. Port Marina Drive)

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Sunday, June 13, 12:30 pm-2:30 pm

Gresham Library (385 Northwest Miller Ave.)

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Sunday June 20, 5:30 pm-7:00 pm

Blue Scorcher Bakery Café (1493 Duane St.)

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These community conversations are part of a two-year project being conducted by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) to create an action agenda for strengthening the United State’s approach to protecting the public from harmful chemical exposures. They are working with local groups, like ours, to gather input on the issues that will help guide the process.


Please go here for more information about the community conversations.

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