The National Parks Conservation Association in partnership with the Central Valley Air Quality Coalition invites you to sharpen your advocacy skills and become civically engaged in California’s Central Valley on issues of clean air that affect our health and our national parks.
With local and state decision-makers set to make a number of key decisions that could forever impact air quality in the Central Valley, we encourage you to attend our Fresno Clean Air Civic Voice Workshop.
Our workshops are designed to empower participants with important advocacy-oriented skills, including understanding and increasing influence, creating and presenting compelling messages, and speaking with decision-makers. Participants will also gain knowledge about the issues that impact our regional air quality and national parks, as well as about upcoming opportunities to put advocacy skills to use to influence decision-makers.
WHAT: Clean Air Civic Voice Workshop
WHEN: Wednesday, January 23, from 5:30 - 8 p.m.
WHERE: Center for Environmental & Social Justice, 4991 East McKinley Ave. Ste. 109. Fresno, CA 93727.
OTHER INFO: Dinner and drinks will be provided. You can indicate your meal preference when you register.
This is a critical time to be speaking up for clean air in the Central Valley and our parks – thank you for joining us.