Capitol Conservation Day

Capitol Conservation Day

Feb.15.2017 Capitol Conservation Day | Georgia Water Coalition, Photo by Erik Voss

Save the date – March 1, 2018! Capitol Conservation Day is an annual opportunity for all Georgians to gather at the Capitol to tell our state representatives and senators that we value water for our families, economy, health, and future generations. On February 15, 2017 over 160 people came together to work on issues including coal ash, storm water legislation and more.  The day started with participants enjoying breakfast and attending workshops on issues before heading over to the Capitol to meet with legislators about specific issues. View additional details about the day by clicking here.  

 

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Upcoming Events

Dec
20
Wed
2017
10:00 am Follow the Money
Follow the Money
Dec 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
FollowTheMoney.org: As we try to influence decisions made at the state and local levels, it can be helpful to understand who has influence over those casting votes that affect the quality and quantity of our water[...]
Jan
13
Sat
2018
all-day Choosing to Lead Conference
Choosing to Lead Conference
Jan 13 – Jan 14 all-day
Choosing to Lead: A leadership conference to inspire action for the coast we love. Join One Hundred Miles for their 2nd annual Coastal Conservation in Action: Choosing to Lead conference on January 13-14, 2018. Held on Jekyll Island,[...]
Mar
1
Thu
2018
all-day Capitol Conservation Day
Capitol Conservation Day
Mar 1 all-day
Mark your calendar to attend Capitol Conservation Day. Stay tuned for details!
Mar
8
Thu
2018
6:30 pm Clean 13 Celebration @ Mason Arts Center
Clean 13 Celebration @ Mason Arts Center
Mar 8 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Clean 13 Celebration @ Mason Arts Center
Visit https://www.gawater.org/clean-13 for information on the event, tickets and Clean 13 report.