Avatar Name Organization Title Address City State
Audrey Tehan Po box 34 Sisters OR
Charlie Graham 695 NE 4th Ave Hillsboro OR
Kitty Bunten Oregon Resources Research and Education Center 94235 Moore Street Gold Beach OR
Steven Sullivan PO Box 5997 Portland OR
Karin Onkka Karin Onkka Enterprises, LLC 125 Wimer Street Ashland OR
Lisa Appel Port of Portland 7200 NE Airport Way, Box 3529 Portland OR
Clair Nelson Mazamas 527 Se 43rd Ave Portland OR
Andrew Stone EM 5817 SE Lafayette Portland OR
Jennifer Godfrey Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) 903 N. Birch Ave. Stayton OR
Jenna Mendenhall Oregon Environmental Literacy Program 414 Cherry Drive Eugene OR
Conan Harmon-Walker Legacy Health System 9305 SW Terwilliger Blvd. Portland OR
Susanne Boling The Our Future Student Alliance Network PO Box 25752 Eugene OR
Kristen Daly Calapooia Watershed Council 1320 14th Ave SW Albany OR
Bethany Thomas Ecology in Classrooms and Outdoors (ECO) 2755 NE 35th Ave Portland OR
Sara Roberts Oregon Coast Aquarium 2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd Newport OR
Alison Heimowitz Oregon Zoo 10876 Beutel Rd Oregon City OR
Emily Anderson Oregon State University Extension, 4-H Youth Development 996 Jefferson St. Eugene OR
Lin Harmon-Walker Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN) 9305 SW Terwilliger Blvd. Portland OR
Karen Carrillo Oregon Environmental Council 2204 NE 14th Ave. Portland OR
jessica kahlman 2773 Folsom Street, #202 San Francisco CA
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