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Outstanding sponsors join the Water, Energy, Land, & Food Forum!

2 years ago | Mar 01, 2016
By: Rachel Myslivy, Program Director
There are just a few more weeks until the first Kansas Water, Energy, Land, and Food Forum at the Capitol!  After hosting many renewable energy-related advocacy days, we are all excited to see these efforts expand to include water, food, and land policy. . . and we've got great sponsors to help showcase solutions!  
 
Join these great organizations in a day of advocacy and education on Kansas water, energy, land, and food policy at the Capitol!

Event Sponsors include:
with more added every day!

What a diverse group with wide-ranging knowledge and expertise!  We hope you will join us!  Make sure to stick around for an amazing local foods lunch and visits with your legislators.  

RSVP TODAY!
Water, Energy, Land, and Food Forum at the Capitol
Thursday, March 17th, 9:00-4:00

Agenda
9:00-9:45      Climate Prayer Vigil (Visitor's Center Auditorium)
10:00-11:30  Advocacy Overview (Visitor's Center Auditorium)
10:00-4:00    Solutions Showcase: Business & Community Exhibitors (1st Floor Rotunda) 
11:30-1:00    Speakers & Local Foods Lunch RSVP Required  (1st Floor Rotunda, N. Wing)
2:00-3:00      Cookies & Conservation Conversation (1st Floor Rotunda)
1:00 - 4:00    Meetings with legislators
 
Don't miss this great opportunity to engage with legislators!

RSVP TODAY!  
Questions?  Email Rachel Myslivy or call 785-424-4115.

Is Is your business or organization interested in sponsoring this event?
Exhibitor booths for the Solutions Showcase and 
Sponsors for the Local Foods Lunch and 
Cookies & Conservation Conversation are available.  

Find (and share!) this event on Facebook
and on the CEP website

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