The 21st Almost-Annual Environmental Town Hall
Saturday, February 12 from 1 to 3, via Zoom
After being canceled in 2020 and postponed again in 2021, due to Covid, the Valley Women’s Club Environmental Committee is excited to announce the return of the 21st Environmental Town Hall on Saturday, February 12 from 1 to 3, via Zoom. As always, this Town Hall features our local State Assemblymember providing an update on State-level environmental issues that affect us here in the SLV, including wildfires, drought, plastics pollution (worsened due to Covid), and ongoing PG&E and water-supply issues. Assemblymember Stone, respected for his knowledge and local commitment, will give a presentation on these issues, and then respond during a Q&A from those attending. This is the place to bring your questions and get them answered.
Regretfully, the Zoom will not allow the usual participation of the two dozen or more County agencies and nonprofit environmental organizations involved in crucial issues ranging from CZU recovery to vectors of disease, erosion, habitat restoration, the health of our waterways, groundwater aquifer restoration, drought response, fish, birds and native plants, PG&E’s controversial tree removals, our State Parks, and the success of Felton Library’s Nature Discovery Park. Normally providing informational displays with staff there to discuss issues during the Town Hall, they will instead be featured in this downloadable brochure with up-to-date information about what each of those agencies and organizations provides to the community.
For further information contact Environmental Committee Chair, Nancy Macy, at (831) 345-1555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022 Environmental Town Hall Resources Brochure
ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS and AGENCIES PROVIDING RESOURCES for SAN LORENZO VALLEY and SANTA CRUZ COUNTY RESIDENTS & BUSINESSES
Presented by The Valley Women’s Club Environmental Committee for the San Lorenzo Valley
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