Crag Law Center

Crag Law Center promotes environmental conservation and sustainable natural resource management by providing high quality legal representation to local residents in rural and urban communities, recreation groups, watershed districts, and conservation groups with projects that are compatible with our organizational mission; educating the public about local, state, federal and international environmental laws, the science impacting good management decisions, and the importance of preserving our environment; assisting clients in traditional grass roots organizing to mobilize citizen action and build lasting relationships that empower local communities; and training the next generation of advocates and professionals working on conservation through student internships and volunteer opportunities.

Crag Law Center has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2007.

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Rogue River, Oregon

Rogue River, Oregon Photo courtesy of Ralph Bloemers, Crag Law Center.

Rogue River, Oregon Photo courtesy of Ralph Bloemers, Crag Law Center.

Deschutes National Forest within the perimeter of the B&B Complex Burn. Photo courtesy of Ralph Bloemers, Crag Law Center.

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Crag Law Center Grant history

2016

$10,000 - For an internship program. Conservation capacity

2015

$3,000 - To provide matching funds for Willamette Week's Give! Guide. Opportunity fund

2013

$10,000 - General support for Crag Law Center's grassroots efforts in Oregon. Grassroots fund

2011

$3,000 - To promote a more sustainable, livable future for the White Salmon River by protecting the hundreds of acres of adjacent farm and forestland from housing development. Opportunity fund

2010

$3,000 - To protect important farm lands from pollution caused by proposed gravel pit mining. Opportunity fund

2009

$25,000 - To support community efforts to protect Oregon's natural landscapes. Conservation capacity

2008

$20,000 - To support community efforts to protect Oregon's natural landscape. Conservation capacity

2007

$10,000 - To provide client-based legal services to the conservation community of Washington and Oregon while building lasting public support for conservation in the region. Conservation capacity