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Moscow 2020 Spring Speaker Series
Event Date: 
Jan 15 2020 - 12:00pm
Event location: 

1912 Center

Lovina Englund will discuss Palouse Land Trust updates at the League of Women Voters of Moscow forum noon-1 p.m. Wednesday (Jan. 15) in the Arts Workshop of the 1912 Center, 412 E. Third St., Moscow.


Continue monitoring park facilities in Park Forest.


The LWVMC Climate Change Committee’s mission is to increase awareness of climate change and its projected impacts on our local economy, environment, and quality of life; to evaluate local, state, and national energy/climate change initiatives and legislation; and to coordinate with other organizations advocating for policies to lessen and forestall climate change impacts.


Support curbside recycling in the local area and work to develop markets for recycled products.


Work in a coalition with other groups to monitor hazardous waste disposal and its impact on our area.


The League of Women Voters of Schenectady County Supports the protection of environmental resources, land, water and air in Schenectady County.

March to the Polls is Celebrating EARTH WEEK!

Your VOTE is your RIGHT, your VOICE, and your POWER. Use your VOTE to speak for PLANET EARTH. #mttp #myvotemypower #earthday2020


On Thursday, April 16, the LWV-PA cosponsored an interactive meeting that included a panel of experts and local activists.