Eugene’s climate and landscape make it a great place to live. Known as “A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors” we are also referred to as the Emerald City. With Mediterranean characteristics, our weather includes glorious summers of warm temperatures, mostly sunny skies and low humidity. Most of our rain falls in winter and there is little snow.Weather.
To enjoy the outdoors, try the following links: Obsidians, Eugene Gears, Eugene Cascades to Coast and Fishing in America.
Concerned about the effects of climate change? “The answer is the Pacific Northwest, and probably especially west of the Cascades,” said Ben Strauss, vice president for climate impacts and director of the program on sea level rise at Climate Central, a research collaboration of scientists and journalists. “Actually, the strip of coastal land running from Canada down to the Bay Area is probably the best,” he added. Read Community activities and privacy in balanced measure, and a commitment to deepening our relationships through sharing work and play, while allowing autonomy and respecting the privacy of one’s home.
Or perhaps you a gardener? Visit Locally Grown at to see the huge range of healthy local food available.
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