Community Garden Partnership provides opportunities for diverse groups to share their experiences and knowledge with other gardeners at a variety of community locations while also promoting such
things as self-sufficiency, environmental stewardship, creation of healthy civic space, and donations to food banks.
WI Association for Environmental Education is hosting a 2nd annual Lobby Day Breakfast at theWisconsin League of Conservation Voters (WLCV) Lobby Day on Wednesday March 16th!
Come discover how EE is part of the WLCV’s priorities and how you can support Wisconsin's Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights.
The entire event, including breakfast, is free.
Please plan to join us from 9-10am in Madison on March 16th at the Monona Terrace - Room M/Q.
Continental breakfast will be provided, plus time for networking and the opportunity to learn about the Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights and how you can get involved. After breakfast, join WLCV's schedule of events.
Now is a great time for you to get involved: the Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights is a non-budgetary resolution and may be just what legislators are looking for to stand behind (rather than the politically charged "budget repair" bill). However, in order to be heard above the current turmoil and get legislators' support, it's critical the EE community speaks up to say "EE in our state is important". March 16th is the only organized Lobby Day for this issue during the current legislative session, so come! Have breakfast, learn about advocacy, show your support, get involved and have fun! Registration ends March 9th so, act now to sign up for this exciting EE opportunity!
To sign up for this special WAEE event, contact Betsy Parker at email@example.com or (608) 209-2909. To learn more about WLCV’s Lobby Day and sign up, visit: ConservationVoters.org
Please forward this invitation to others who may be interested!
At 11:55am on September 30, 2010, Suz Lipman said…
Hi Erik! Welcome to the forum. It looks like you're doing wonderful, inspiring work. We have a lot of interest in gardens here. Most of the discussions have centered around school gardens. I hope you'll enter those (in the Natural Teachers Network), or start others. I hope you'll continue to make yourself at home on the forum and that you find lively discourse and ideas.