Around the world, indigenous people stand up for their traditional sacred lands in defense of cultural survival, human rights, and the environment.
Earth Day the Natural Grocers Way!
Check out the the events happening at the Montrose store on EARTH DAY, Saturday, April 22nd:
Receive a free, reusable shopping bag (while supplies last, limit one per customer). Did you know that Natural Grocers has prevented over 200 million bags from polluting the environment through our bag-free checkouts?
Noon-4 pm: plant a seed to take home for your garden.
1-2 pm free lecture by Charlie Spears: "Can Your Food Choices Save the Planet?"
By shopping at Natural Grocers, you are supporting the planet every day. We want to thank our customers and the planet by offering an amazing Earth Day sale (April 21-23).
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Celebrate Earth Day - Riverbottom Clean Up
This Earth Day (April 22) in Montrose we are launching an ambitious goal of achieving global climate and environmental literacy by Earth Day 2020. Education is the foundation for progress. We need to build a global citizenry fluent in the concepts of climate change and aware of its unprecedented threat to our planet. We need to empower everyone with knowledge to act in defense of environmental protection.
9 am—Noon Rally at Demoret Park. There will be live music, and we will provide some small American Flags; bring one if you have one.
Noon – 1:30 pm Clean Up at Riverbottom. Meet at Demoret Park. Clean up will span from West Main Bridge to behind Home Depot.
Needed:**500 motivated people who care about the environment and issues affecting our quality of life on the Western Slope; **Great signs addressing environmental issues (this is about the environment, not issues going on in DC).
For information, email KevinKuns@gmail.com.
Camp dates are July 9-15, 2017. Camp Registration is due by June 1, 2017. Registration is limited to the first 60 students who register.
The scholarship is available to the first interested student. For more information, visit http:/www.coloradoacd.org/camp-rocky.html or contact Mendy Stewart at 970.249.8407 x113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association, Inc. (COPMOBA) is a member-supported, nonprofit organization of volunteer mountain bikers dedicated to advocating for, building, and maintaining sustainable singletrack mountain bike trails on the Colorado Plateau in Western Colorado.