Letters, phone calls and emails not getting your message across to your elected officials? The Indiana Conservation Alliance (INCA) gives you the chance to speak with them about environmental action face to face.
Hoosiers from all over the state will coalesce this Conservation Day, Tuesday, Jan. 24, to have their voices heard.
The eco-conscious masses will gather at the Indiana Statehouse to speak, present and mingle with representatives about the importance of preservation and care of the environment.
Where to go and what to do
Event registration will begin at 9 a.m. in the north atrium of the statehouse located at 200 West Washington St. in the heart of the state’s capital. Enter the Statehouse through the west entrance, and if you have pre-registered, bring with you a printed confirmation of registration.
After signing in, the event’s short presentation and awards ceremony will take place from 11:15 a.m. to 11:30.
Then, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Conservation Day registrants can enjoy refreshments while they speak with their legislatures about why it is important to protect Indiana’s land, air and water.
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