NAVIGATING CAPITOL ISSUES: Attend the Colorado Conservation Community’s Lobby Day and Reception on March 13

So – you went to the joint Audubon-Sierra Club Legislative Forum on March 10 and you’re wondering, “What’s next? What do I do now?”

Look no further. Along with many other organizations, the Rocky Mountain Chapter is sponsoring two events happening on March 13 which will help environmental activists familiarize themselves with the state Capitol and further engage with legislators.

The day begins with Convene for Green, the Colorado Conservation Community’s Inaugural Lobby Day event. There are a variety of activities planned, including an information session, a forum with state legislators discussing environmental issues, a screening of a surprise movie and good times with fellow conservationists.

The goal is to bring a large number of advocates to the Capitol as a united front to show the Legislature that the conservation community is a force to be reckoned with and that our issues deserve attention, so come on down to the Capitol on March 13 to do some good.

WHEN:  March 13th 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
WHERE:  First Baptist,1373 Grant St., Denver
COST: Free

The day ends with the Conservation Community’s Annual Legislative Reception. This is where you can meet your legislators and other government officials in a much more social atmosphere than Convene for Green. It’s a good opportunity to build relationships with your legislators and to advocate for the environmental issues that are important to you.

WHEN:  March 13th 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
WHERE:  University Club, 1673 Sherman St., Denver
COST: Free

Show your support for Colorado’s environmental community – hope to see you there!

For questions, contact Patrick Massaro.
If you or your organization would like to be a sponsor, contact Carrie Curtiss.


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