The Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters will host Conservation Lobby Day on March 29th, where hundreds of conservation voters representing dozens of organizations and every legislative district in Wisconsin will visit their legislators at the State Capitol.
Wisconsin is facing unprecedented threats to its drinking water and its public lands. Lead contaminates drinking water systems across the state – children are being poisoned in their own schools and homes. Manure pollution is forcing residents to haul water from miles away in order to drink and bathe. Our state parks – economic engines and our primary point of entry to the outdoors – are threatened by lack of support and privatization.
The Conservation Lobby Day will be on Wednesday, March 29th, 10 am to 5 pm at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center, Exhibition Hall A, 1 John Nolen Drive; and the State Capitol.
From duck hunters to climate change activists, hundreds of conservation-minded citizens will attend, dozens of organizations will be represented. Experts in various aspects of conservation and environmental issues will speak and citizens will share their personal experiences.