Transit for Livable Communities is planning another in their series of co-sponsored breakfast Green Ideas & Ham discussions on public transportation issues – this month close to the Northeast neighborhood. The breakfast discussion, hosted by Environment Minnesota, offers a discussion on the threat of cuts to funding for public transportation, as well as the critical need to invest in “a robust transit system.”
Speakers this month include Barb Thoman, Executive Director of Transit for Livable Communities, and Josh Houdek Conservation Organizer for the Sierra Club.
The breakfast discussion is set for Tuesday, March 22, 8:00-9:30 a.m. at the Red Stag Supperclub, 509 1st Avenue NE, Mpls 55413. Cost: $15 includes: house-made breakfast pastries; sausage or bacon; organic eggs with hashbrowns, or fruit and house-made granola and yogurt; as well as juice and coffee.
For more information about the Green Ideas & Ham series or to register, contact Environment Minnesota.612 331 8404
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