Save The Amazon Creek Headwaters

The Amazon Creek headwaters are once again under grave threat from an intensive development proposal. At stake is a 26 acre property located at the end of West Amazon Drive at Martin Street in Eugene’s beautiful south hills.

As the only remaining place to make a connected ecological corridor between the Amazon Greenway and the headwaters of Amazon Creek, this site was identified by the Army Corps of Engineers, in their major Metro Waterways study, as a priority open space acquisition area for the protection and restoration of Amazon Creek.

You can help keep the Amazon Headwaters and Eugene’s forest safe for future generations. Your donation will contribute to the legal expenses associated with fighting for the protection, and purchase of this 26 acre property for public use.

In The Community

Erin Noble Memorial Lending Library Is Available for Viewing

Saturday, November 15, 2014 11:00 AM
Tsunami Bookstore
2585 Willamette St.
Eugene, Or   

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Be Noble Foundation, Eugene City Council and Lane County Audubon Society partner to buy 26 acres of Amazon Creek Headwaters

Big News! The City Council on Monday evening unanimously voted to partner with the Be Noble Foundation on a $1.775 million purchase of 26 acres near Martin Street and West Amazon Drive in south Eugene.

Mayor Kitty Piercy stated: “Like the Rivers to Ridges trails, this land is preserved for all of those who live here or visit,” she said. “It is a community asset and should be recognized as such. Whether you live north, south, east or west, this land is for you to enjoy and benefit from its preservation.” Read More
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