Montana State Legislature is back in session, and you know what that means…yoga pant restrictions and an aquatic invasive species tax—for bicycles. All joking aside, the legislative session also means that the potential for big policy threats and opportunities for the Clark Fork Watershed is real.
Join the Clark Fork Coalition and Conflux Brewery on Tuesday, February 5th at 6:00pm, as we present River News and Brews: 2019 Watershed Conservation Policy Debrief. Take a sip and dip into top watershed conservation policy priorities for 2019. Learn what your lawmakers are considering and how it might affect the Clark Fork. Clark Fork Coalition’s Legal Director Andrew Gorder and Policy and Campaign Director Alex Leone will share their pro-tips and tools for staying up to speed on priority bills and the day-to-day workings of the legislature and will answer your questions about how conservation policy is being designed, passed, and might affect our watershed.
The February 5th event is part of the Coalition’s “River News and Brews” learning series, which keeps citizens informed about hot topics and recent developments in the Clark Fork River watershed. For more information on the River News and Brews, and the Clark Fork Coalition, please visit www.clarkfork.org.
WHEN & WHERE:
Tuesday, February 5
Conflux Brewing Company, Missoula
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