Celebrate clean air, clean water, public lands
On April 29, people across the country will be gathering in solidarity to bring attention to the reality of climate change, and the issues facing communities as a result of climate related systemic changes. In Twisp, WA, a march is being planned to honor Clean Air, Clean Water, and Public Lands as part of our rural lifestyle and heritage. Citizens are asked to join together at the Methow Valley Community Center at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 29. We will walk a short route through Twisp together, ending at the Twisp Park. At the park, a variety of speakers will address climate related issues and environmental concerns that we face in North Central Washington. There will also be music and interactive art to celebrate the one planet we all call home. Local and regional groups will also be represented, and citizens will have the opportunity to learn how to get involved in preserving and protecting clean air, clean water, and our public lands. This is a free, educational, family-friendly, inclusive event.
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