Upcoming Events

Saturday, January 17:

Citizens' Climate Lobby - Kalamazoo Group Start

The goal of the workshop is to show how each of us can make a difference in the US policies on climate change and to start a Citizens’ Climate Lobby Group in Kalamazoo. Jim Tolbert will lead the workshop and present the methods and objectives of Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Jim leads the Grand Rapids group and has discussed climate change with Senators Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow as well as the office of Congressmen Fred Upton, Bill Huizenga, and Justin Amash.

When: January 17, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Where: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 247 W Lovell St., Kalamazoo

The church is located between Rose & Park St., behind Kalamazoo City Hall. Church parking lot entrances are on W. Lovell St. and S. Park St. And guests should enter through the office door located at the back of the parking lot.


Tuesday, February 3:

Michigan LCV Volunteer Night

Spend an hour or two supporting the environment with your time and talent! Protecting and conserving Michigan’s land, air, and water takes many dedicated people.

When: 5:30 - 7 PM

Where: 3029 Miller Rd, Ann Arbor, MI

We are in the Forest Cove Office Complex, in the third (last) building, on the second floor.

There is plenty of free, well-lit parking. Snacks and beverages provided!


Wednesday, February 25:

Women and the Environment Symposium

Hosted by our friends at the West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC), Women and the Environment is a one-day symposium that explores the intersection between women and gender issues and environmental concerns. This year the focus of the event is environmental justice, with presentations on localizing food, healthy homes and family health, trust, inclusion and the environment and climate resiliency.

When: 3 PM - 8 PM

Where: Loosemore Auditorium - GVSU Downtown Campus, 401 Fulton St W, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Keynote Speaker: Nikki Sylvestri

Regular Ticket Price: $45

Student Ticket Price: $20

Register and learn more about the event here!