Responsible Growth NE Washington joins with CELDF to host this seminar, led by CELDF’s Northwest organizer Kai Huschke.
Today Washington state, including Pend Oreille County, is facing a dire future due to human activities like industrial development, irresponsible fishing practices, pollution, and climate change. The detrimental impacts to the place they call home have been decades in the making – even with regulations, environmental laws and Native treaty rights.
This workshop will explain why the current legal structure cannot protect the future of our community, why legalizing nature’s rights is a pathway to protecting our quality of life, and most importantly, how other communities have been organizing to protect the rights of the environment and the future of forests, fisheries, watersheds, and human communities.
Wednesday, May 1st, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Oldtown Rotary Park
68 Diamond Mill Rd
Event is free – check it out on Facebook.