A day designed to raise awareness, and create positive action for the state's most pressing water issues in a fun, music-filled environment.
Several of Oklahoma's most active water conservation organizations are gathering, and Save the Illinois River, STIR Ed Brocksmith, Green Country Guardians Pam Kingfisher, Oklahoma Sierra Club Barbara Davis VanHanken, L.E.A.D. Agency, Inc Rebecca Jim, Trout Unlimited Pat Daly, Spring Creek Coalition, and Earl L. Hatley Grand Riverkeeper, protector of Grand Lake and the upper Grand River watershed, and a Save the Kiamich River representative (TBA) will all be speaking. Each group will be offering educational information as well as an opportunity for you to take organized, DIRECT ACTION with a post card campaign concerning each groups' most pressing issues.
Okie-grown talent will bring you a day of music, art, handcrafted ales, education, food, and Direct Action! Food truck service provided by Doctor Kustom and Jake Miller of Heirloom Rustic Ales will have a special running for the day!
This is an important event to make your voice heard, set in an engaging and enjoyable atmosphere. Bring your favorite pen, grab a handcrafted ale, listen to the speakers, enjoy some music, and together let's inform our elected officials that we want positive action to protect our state's natural resources as the 2020 Oklahoma legislative session begins.
Come join us January 19th, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., at Heirloom Rustic Ales - 2113 E Admiral Blvd and let's work TOGETHER for Clean Water in Oklahoma!