On March 26, Sierra Club hosts: "Protecting Lands and Watersheds from Energy Extraction and Water Diversion."
The event will be held that evening in the Glenwood Springs Community Center at 100 Wulfsohn Rd. in Glenwood Springs (map), from 5:30 p.m. – 8:40 p.m. to address regional and local concerns for protecting local natural resources. Speakers include Zane Kessler (Thompson Divide Coalition) , Shane Davis (RMC Executive Committee) and Delia Malone (RMC Executive Committee).
Google Earth view of Mesa County
The presenters will be reviewing the following topics, then holding a panel discussion with questions from the audience:
Zane Kessler (TDC): Economic Benefits of Existing Uses of Public Lands in the Thompson Divide Area.
Shane Davis (RMC): Extractive Energy Impacts on Health and the Environment.
Delia Malone (RMC): The Value of Wild & Scenic Designation for the Crystal River.
Panel Discussion: Where We Need to Go From Here!
We'll be serving FREE hors d'ouvres, food, and non-alcoholic drinks from 5:30 until the presentations begin at 6:15, and also during & following the meeting!
We hope to see you there!
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We'd also ask you to please consider volunteering with your local Sierra Club Group, the Roaring Fork Group or the Uncompahgre Group. Each one needs your assistance to continue and improve our efforts within local communities.
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