March Forth this Sunday!

8 Mar
“March Forth on March 10th” is this Sunday.  Join us bright and early to start marching at 8am from Crescent Beach parking lot, find us along the way, or meet us at 12:30 on the east side of the Bridge of Lions for the final leg downtown to hear speakers inform us on how they are addressing environmental and social justice issues.  Make some friends!  Find some action to take part in!  Tell your friends!  
 
Speakers include:
Neil Armingeon-former St. Johns Riverkeeper
Professor Robert Balch-UNF Sustainable Building and Design
Cassidie Corwin-Flagler Sustainability Committee
Mark Goldman-Rabbi of Temple Bet Yam
Tina M. Gordon-Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve
Kelly Johnson-Author and workshop creator/facilitator Wings, Worms, and Wonder
Cash McVay-Citysprout, Lincolnville Community Garden
Adam Morley-AnJ Recycling Service
Sarah Owen-Gledhill-Florida Wildlife Federation
Nana Royer-St. Augustine Beach Community Garden
Richard Villadogniga-Founder, Slow Food First Coast
Rev. Ted Voorhees-Vicar of St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church
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2 Responses to “March Forth this Sunday!”

  1. Madeiline March 9, 2013 at 3:50 pm #

    Please be considerate of those of us who live on the island and not use A1A as your walking path. It could mean the difference between life and death for someone if emergency vehicles are delayed due to people blocking the road.

    • EYC March 9, 2013 at 5:54 pm #

      No one will be on the road like in marathons or parades, we will be on the sidewalk as we were last year and will not be blocking anything.

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