|Fwd: Next week: March Green Ideas & Ham forum on transportation||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Scott Jackson (sjackzen46gmail.com)|
|Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 23:32:54 -0700 (PDT)|
Here's something for early risers who prefer to discuss transportation issues over breakfast rather than at a Rally at the Capitol. (No one has indicated an interest in the Rally, so I assume if I attend I'll be going alone.) Scott Jackson sjackzen46 [at] gmail.com ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Wanda Ballentine <wsb70 [at] comcast.net> Date: Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 11:26 PM Subject: Next week: March Green Ideas & Ham forum on transportation To: , [image: Green Ideas and Ham] <http://www.webaction.org/site/R?i=Mj2JQXiU0jO9tGoaMZkcpA> Our next Green Ideas & Ham breakfast forum is taking place next week on Tuesday, March 18. We'll be discussing Minnesota's transportation system. * Reserve your seat today. <http://www.webaction.org/site/R?i=U2axppLlFXH2n-cUTfWITg> There is substantial need in Greater Minnesota for safer and more accessible bike and pedestrian infrastructure. *Right now, there is a lack of state level support for bicycle and pedestrian travel options. Reducing the miles we need to drive will decrease our dependence on fossil fuels, limit emissions, and create healthy lifestyles. Right now there is an opportunity to secure funding for bicycle and pedestrian transportation options -- a historic first for Minnesota! We're excited to welcome *Dave VanHattum from Transit for Livable Communities, and one of the leaders with MoveMN*, a broad coalition pushing for state action on transportation issues. Dave will update us on the state of a major transportation bill in the legislature and ways that MoveMN is working to improve Minnesota's transportation system. *We hope you'll be there for the discussion. <http://www.webaction.org/site/R?i=dMGztPFaR3gk6ITENZMmMg> *The forum includes delicious breakfast from our generous hosts at the Red Stag Supperclub, serving local sustainably-sourced food in a retrofitted energy efficient building. As always, the event costs $15 for each attendee ($5 to Environment Minnesota and $10 to Red Stag Supperclub). *When*: Tuesday, March 18, 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Doors open at 7:30! *Where*: Red Stag Supperclub, 509 1st Ave NE, Minneapolis MN See you there, Hanna Terwilliger Clean Energy Associate ------------------------------ This message was sent to wsb70 [at] comcast.net. If you want us to stop sending you e-mail then follow this link -- Unsubscribe <http://engage.convio.net/site/CO?i=z4IKK1eS9QYCHd2FxL9VKzW6EL4lMAXg&cid=1828>-- to a web page where you can remove yourself. You can also follow us on Twitter <http://www.webaction.org/site/R?i=0OoC61eKk3osB9KrBzNoWQ> or like us on Facebook <http://www.webaction.org/site/R?i=qM5LuXqwXYgHAS3RwRj4Sw>.
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