April 29, 2017 –
Communities along the Columbia River are key to our climate future.
Residents of Longview, Vancouver, Kalama, Washington, are pushing back against the dirty fossil fuel industry and protecting their community and our climate. You’re invited to join them on April 29th in Kalama, Washington.
Join friends and neighbors on April 29th to show your support for our river, our air, and our community. On this day, hundreds of thousands of people will come together in cities across the nation – including Washington DC – to make it clear that our future will ensure clean air, water and a stable climate for future generations. You don’t have to go to DC to participate, your local community needs you here.
How to participate in Southwest Washington:
A two-part event is happening in Kalama to demonstrate strong opposition to the coal export terminal in Longview, the methanol refinery and export terminal in Kalama, and the oil terminal in Vancouver.
Part One: Fishing boat parade on the Columbia River. Participate from shore at the Port of Kalama marina or join with your fishing boat*!
- Saturday, April 29, 2017 10:30 – 11:30 am; 110 W. Marine Drive Kalama, WA 98625
Part Two: Eat lunch and attend workshops to learn tips and techniques for effective involvement in your community’s campaign against the coal, oil, and methanol terminals.
- Saturday, April 29, 2017 Lunch: noon-1 pm; workshops 1-4 pm; 216 Elm Street Kalama W 98625
RSVP for part one, part two or both events on April 29th! Transportation meet ups from Longview and Vancouver are planned. Please indicate in the RSVP form that you’re interested in a meeting up for a ride to the event in Kalama.
Your community needs you. Join neighbors and friends for this fun and exciting day of nationwide support for a clean energy future! RSVP TODAY!
See you April 29th,
* to bring your fishing boat please email Jasmine@ColumbiaRiverkeeper.org for details.