Dear <<First Name>>,
It's been a tough few weeks for environmental protections. With the swipe of a pen, POTUS signed an executive order to rollback WOTUS, the Waters of the United States, a rule that designated what smaller bodies of water are under the control of the EPA and the Army Control of Engineers.
As the legislative landscape for protecting our common resources appears increasingly challenging, how can we, as citizens, take action now?
We'll continue to explore this topic in our Learning Call 3: The Commons on April 18th, and even more in depth at our first conference Our Common Good: From Issues to Action in Asheville, NC, over Memorial Day weekend.
Please note Conference registration closes April 23rd so there's still time to join us. We hope you do!
Despite the heartbreaking news of environmental setbacks, we're keeping our finger on the pulse of what's positive--where local communities are taking action to creatively solve resource problems.
Check out our inspiring blog post on urban farming in a parking lot in Brooklyn, New York.
What's happening in YOUR community to protect water, food, and energy?
Sign up today for the April 18th Learning Call 3: The Commons and join us in Asheville to explore this together.
The EDA Team