This is where it all started!
A group of Rogue Valley locals and community organizations got together to join in on the largest national call for climate action in U.S. history on Feb. 17th. Over 1,000 people contributed to make 1,400 beautiful art pieces depicting what they loved about the Rogue Valley and what worries them about climate change.
These pieces came together to make an incredible 117 ft Salmon in downtown Medford, Oregon during a day of climate celebration. Close to 400 people attended to check out the salmon, listen to speakers, groove to the tunes of Frankie Hernandez, and to show their support for taking climate action now. Check out the photo before!