Do you want to help change Missouri for the better?
Join us for
CONSERVATION LOBBY DAY
Tuesday March 29, 2011
in Jefferson City
Have you registered yet for Conservation Lobby Day at the Capitol? It’s only one week away (on Tuesday, March 29th). Now more than ever, we need to add YOUR voice to those fighting to protect Missouri’s air, water, and public lands for future generations.
Lobby Day brings together concerned citizens from around the state to talk with legislators about environmental issues facing Missouri. You don’t have to know a lot about the legislative process, or upcoming bills; you just have to care about protecting Missouri’s environment.
This annual event convenes citizens who represent a diversity of conservation interests, from environmentalists, scientists, students and business owners to hunters, anglers and farmers. You will have the chance to meet with lawmakers who hold key positions on various legislative committees, as well as your state senators and represntatives.
MVC is once again co-sponsoring this Lobby Day with Missouri Coalition for the Environment and Missouri Sierra Club.
Take advantage of early registration rates before Friday, March 25th! Early registration is only $20 ($15 for students with valid ID). Walk-in registration on March 29 is $25. You must register in advance to guarantee lunch.
Your participation will help us:
Advance Renewable Energy Policy Protect our Water Support our State Parks Promote Sustainable Buildings Hope to see you on March 29th!!
Missouri Votes Conservation (MVC) is the only conservation organization in Missouri that represents all sectors of the conservation community, including environmentalists, small business owners, hunters, anglers, scientists, farmers, and students. It is also the only organization that focuses on the political arena to achieve sound conservation practices. MVC is a non-partisan, statewide non-profit corporation affiliated with the League of Conservation Voters, a widely respected national organization that advocates for the environment through legislative channels.