Oct 28: The Heart of the Community Speaks
This Sunday, October 28, we are holding the final event in our Protecting the Most Vulnerable series: “The Heart of the Community Speaks.” This free workshop will help you understand how you can participate in the Nov 7 Public Hearing on the Chromium Plume, to be held in Los Alamos.
During this workshop we will:
- Provide an overview of policy-change basics
- Review information regarding the Chromium Plume
- Discuss the Public Hearing Process
- Provide information on ways you can have your voice heard including Speaking Points and “Take Action” Tools
Lunch will be provided. Let us know if you need assistance paying for gasoline in order to attend. Stipends to purchase gas are available.
When: Sunday, Oct 28, 10 am – 3:00 pm
Where: Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Center,
848 State Road 68 in Alcalde
Please RSVP using this form to help us plan for food and other logistics.
This event is part of Restoring and Healing our Sacred Sites – Protecting the Most Vulnerable, a series of conversations intended to increase public awareness, education, and empowerment around the issue of the hexavalent chromium plume that has been found in our watershed. All events in this series are designed to prepare our community for public hearing scheduled for November 7, 2018.
Click here to learn more about other events and background on this issue.