SOCAN holds free monthly public meetings on climate related issues the last Tuesday of each month, beginning at 6 pm, except December. These meetings are free and open to the public. The Monthly Meetings are typically held in the Medford Public Library, however during COVID-19 restrictions, they are being held via Zoom. It is anticipated that once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, a hybrid format will be established with in-person meetings in the library combined with a zoom option. The program topics and possible speakers are determined by the Leadership Circle.
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Monthly meetings provide interested Southern Oregonians with programs that enhance their understanding of issues related to the climate crisis.
Connection to SOCAN Mission
In order to address the climate crisis successfully, we need the public to understand critical issues related to this crisis. The general meetings provide opportunities for the public to become more informed and provide attendees with relevant actions that they can take.
Since our establishment in September 2012, SOCAN has been committed both to undertaking projects that further our mission, and providing welcoming opportunities for members of the public to learn more about our activities, and learn about issues that relate to the climate crisis we face. These programs either cover basic information about the climate crisis or offer attendees information on what they can do individually and collectively to address the problem.
Includes links to YouTube Videos of Monthly Meetings held via Zoom