Rally In Tally With Jimmy Buffett, Tues April 7, To Help Save Everglades

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Sierra Club Central Florida Group says
Hey! MANY enviro groups are getting together IN TALLAHASSEE on Tues, April 7th to try to put pressure on Gov Rick Scott/our state -- to try to SAVE our Everglades!! We have a bus leaving from Orlando this day... see here, and thank you....

PLEASE RSVP TODAY: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1bAaAfD9PJXTqzL2vPXYl7MCZA9hojUZ3DY6hSgQQ7Ks/viewform

AND RSVP WITH KRISTIN: knfulwylie@gmail.com


CROSS POSTING THE EVENT FOR EVERGLADES COALITION:
( https://www.facebook.com/Evergladescoalition )

When: Tuesday, April 7th

Time: Leaving Orlando at 6 a.m. at the Florida Mall.
Leaving Tallahassee around 3 p.m., getting back to Orlando around 7 - 8 p.m. depending on traffic.

Everything is free. Free bus ride, free food (unsure WHAT food is avail), network with more eco folks.

CONTACT KRISTIN TO RSVP A SPOT ON THE FREE BUS RIDE/GET LOCATION FOR MALL PICKUP:

Kristin Fulwylie
M.S. Entertainment Business
B.S. Public Relations
(407)-274-5127
knfulwylie@gmail.com

More info: http://www.evergladescoalition.org/everglades-action-day.html
Join on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Evergladescoalition

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CALL TO ACTION ON THIS AS WELL:


EMAIL:
Sen. President Andy Gardiner and Sen. David Simmons
the following/edit as you see fit...

TO:
gardiner.andy.web@flsenate.gov, simmons.david.web@flsenate.gov,

SUBJECT:
Buy the land. Save Florida's Drinking Water

BODY: I am writing to you as a constituent. I need you to act now to protect and save Florida’s drinking water. Last November, 75 percent of Floridians voted for Amendment 1 to the Florida Constitution, setting aside funds to clean and protect the Everglades and protect our drinking water.

The US sugar industry is encouraging you to ignore the voters.

You should reject the arguments of the sugar industry and force them to honor their binding written contract to sell 46,800 acres of sugar land to the state for construction of the Everglades Agricultural Area Reservoir. Unlike projects being advanced by the sugar lobby, the new reservoir will help control pollution and save the Everglades. In addition, the reservoir will have a major impact on saving our state’s water supply as the Everglades provides water to 1 in 3 Floridians.

We urge you to follow the will of the voters over the US Sugar lobbyists and prioritize Everglades restoration and fund the purchase of this critical land.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME,
**Your name here**
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By: Sierra Club Central Florida Group

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