Join us for a Field Trip to Bradwood Landing!

You are invited to join the Sierra Club Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Committee and the Portland LNG Working Group on a day trip to visit the proposed site for the Bradwood Landing LNG terminal.

Come see the gorgeous lower Columbia River estuary being threatened by the Bradwood Landing proposal, get information about what is proposed, meet local community members who have been fighting for 5 years to save the river, and get involved in the fight against LNG!

Saturday, September 12th @ 9am

Agenda for the day:

  • Bus and Carpool meet at the Sierra Club office at 9am (1821 SE Ankeny, Portland) — depart promptly at 9:30
  • Arrive at our destination Puget Island beach just across the river from Bradwood at Noon. The beach is a stone’s throw from the Bradwood site and sits adjacent to the turning basin that would require 700,000 cubic yards of dredging for the Bradwood Landing LNG terminal.
  • Picnic, hear presentation, talk with locals from Noon-3pm (motor boat shuttles will be available for closer view of site).
  • Arrive back in Portland by 5:30pm (departing from beach at 3:30)

This is a great opportunity to see the Bradwood site first hand, learn more about LNG proposals in Oregon, talk with dedicated volunteers and have a beautiful day on the Columbia River.

Food will be provided — Sierra Club is sponsoring sack lunches that will be available and the wonderful communities living in the Columbia River estaury will provide additional eats including grilled salmon, salads, refreshments and desserts.

Join us and see first hand what we are fighting for!  Please RSVP to to ensure we provide room on the bus/carpool list.

2 Responses to Join us for a Field Trip to Bradwood Landing!

  1. I am seriously thinking of attending. This is such a very important issue. The last issue I worked on was the UnDam the Klamath River’s in Klamath Falls area. This is where my Tribal Affiliation is located. I have also worked on a clear cutting case in two of last White Tail Deer habitat’s in Klamath County against Boise Cascade were trying to clearcut some of the last forest’s where the white tail deer reside. Our Tribe won and they were forced to shut down their plans to clear cut an old growth forestry area. We were so satisfied with the Federal Govt.s help and the judge who presided on the case sided with us with plenty of testimonies from Tribal members certainly helped alot.

  2. Cheryl Eisch Thomas says:

    I owld love to attend. I, however, am having out of town guests for that weekend. I think it woud be a greaqt way to get myself invoved in this very important issue!

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