Wednesday, February 24, 2010
We just updated our Enviro-Events Calendar.
It contains lots of great environmental forums, seminars and other educational opportunities on a wide variety of subjects--from smart growth planning and site remediation professional training to a presentation on Water Security and Global Policy and the economic impact of natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale.
If you like workshops, you'll find one on converting your gas guzzler into an electrical model or creating a rain barrel for your back yard and garden.
There are plenty of outdoor events, too, like winter wilderness survival and animal tracking--even a bicycle summit.
Whether your goal is education, recreation or environmental business networking, you're likely to find something in our
Enviro-Events Calendar that fits the bill.
Best of all, our list is updated daily. So if what's there today doesn't tickle your fancy, tomorrow's additions just might.
Rather than trying to remember to check in regularly, we'll send you email alerts when the list is updated.
How? Just type "enviro-calendar" in the subject line of an email and send it to:
In seconds, you'll receive a confirmation email. Just click on the web link inside the message (an anti-spam measure) and you're good to go.
Oh, don't forget to check our calendar when you're planning your next event. It might prove helpful in selecting a date that doesn't conflict with a competing event.
And be sure to send us your event information. We'll post it to the calendar without charge.
Questions? Contact us at: Editor@EnviroPolitics.com or leave a message: 215-295-9339.
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