The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma provides a unified voice for common-sense conservation policy, encourages Oklahoma’s youth to connect with nature and learn about wildlife and habitats and creates opportunities for citizens and lawmakers to become more aware of conservation issues that are critically important to our state’s future.
CCO appreciates the contributions of agriculture to our state; importantly, we are not anti-agriculture. Rather, we’re deeply concerned with the potential consequences of this particular state question. Accordingly, our organization seeks to educate Oklahoma voters about SQ777 so that voters may make an educated decision on Election Day.
We provide a place for collaboration and cooperation between various groups interested in conserving Oklahoma’s richly diverse environment and valuable natural resources. By joining together and working toward common goals, their collective voice increases their overall political power on conservation issues.
The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma is dedicated to supporting programs of our coalition members which get young people outdoors and educates them about wildlife, habitat and conservation. Our mission is to encourage youth to hunt and fish, hike and canoe and experience nature, which helps them grow and keep them healthy.
The following comes from the campaign of our partner, Oklahomans for Food, Farm & Family, an organization opposing the passage of State Question 777 (SQ777), on the ballot on Nov. 8: In North Dakota, where voters approved a “Right to
From the Tahlequah Daily Press: Members of the Tahlequah City Council Monday night formally opposed State Question 777 (SQ777), the so-called “Right to Farm” issue set to appear before Oklahoma voters next month. Representatives of Save the Illinois River Inc.
Tulsa City Council signed a resolution encouraging voters to “consider the consequences” of State Question 777 if passed in November, citing the passage of the question could have a negative impact on the city’s water supply. “The unintended consequences could be