opening ourselves with the hinging daylight hours

Monday, April 11, 2011

Upcoming Eco-Justice EVENTS

Cumulative Impact Public Hearing
Now is our chance to speak, act, and write for Cumulitive Impact Legislation in the State of NJ. One of the most significant issues regarding environmental justice and clean air.
New Jersey Clean Air Council Annual Public Hearing April 13, 2011 9:30 a.m.
NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection 401 E. State St., Trenton, NJ
From Camden Riverline leaving Ferry Avenue Patco Station 9:30 AM contact


Camden County Earth Day Panel
Earth Day panel presentation at Camden County College (Camden Campus), 12:30-2:00 pm, Monday, April 18
  • Samantha Rabe (Rutgers University and New Jersey Conservation Foundation): The importance of open space and Camden's Greenway
  • Bryan Morton (Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs, Rutgers University): Rutgers' community initiative to help green North Camden
  • Sarah Marks (Cooper’s Ferry Development Association): Restoring Camden's parks (Pyne Poynt, Von Nieda, Farnham)
  • Andy Kricun (Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority): Public agency efforts to green Camden (CCMUA's specific efforts), and the Camden SMART initiative
  • Andrea Ferich (Camden Center for Environmental Transformation): Neighborhood grassroots greening efforts and urban greenhouses (including how it fits into SMART)
Camden SMART(stormwater management and resource training. Initiative Kickoff Event
Come see our Rain Gardens and win a barrel in Waterfront South
Featuring Waterfront South Rain Barrel Drummers
Earth Day April 20.
Hosted by Waterfront South
Ferry Avenue and Jackson St.


April 19 Waterfront South Spring Cleaning and BBQ

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