Workshop offered on becoming an environmental activist for Huron River Valley


The Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) is offering area residents the chance to learn how to use the power of their voice to influence the future of our water by attending their “Change Makers Boot Camp”.

The free workshop is designed to teach concerned citizens about the Huron River and its watershed, the impacts of development on clean water, how local governments make decisions, and the many ways to connect with and influence the process.

The HRWC wants each citizen to know “Your voice matters! Make clean water for drinking and recreation a priority in your community.

You will learn effective ways to use your voice when attending local government meetings, offering comments on community ordinance and master plan revisions or specific developments, seeking appointment to a planning commission or running for election.

When: Wednesday, Feb 7, 2018, 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Where: Chelsea District Library, 221 S Main St, Chelsea
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