WVEC Blog Archive

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Blog WVEC March 4, 2018
E-day Info
E-day tabling cancelled - click article for details. E-day! is Environmental Day at the Capitol is a WV Environmental Council tradition. This is our day to occupy, table, educate, stimulate, lobby and join folks from all over the state in the main hall of the Capitol. Don’t let this opportunity slip away. It’s time to make this legislature know what we are after. More
Issues: WVEC event
Blog WVEC January 2, 2018
Legislative Kick-Off Blast
January 18, 2018 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, at the Woman’s Club, Charleston More
Blog WVEC November 13, 2017
Green Jam, Tuesday Nov 21
Green Jam at the Empty Glass, Nov 21 6:30 to 10pm. Music by +Kodak Harrison, Andy Park, Chet Lowther and more More
Blog WVEC September 20, 2017
Green Jam, Tuesday Oct. 3
October 3, 7 - 11 pm.  Green Jam - WV Environmental Council Benefit at 1-2-3 Pleasant Street, Morgantown, WV More
Blog WVEC September 12, 2017
Green Jam, Tuesday Sept. 12
Come out Tuesday evening to the Empty Glass from 6-10 for the E-Council GREEN JAM More
Kanawha River and WV Coal Legislature
Blog WVEC August 17, 2017
Request for Proposals for a Lobby Team Coordinator for the 2017 Interim
The WV Environmental Council (WVEC) is seeking proposals for a Lobby Team Coordinator to perform legislative lobbying during the 2017 Interim Legislative Sessions, beginning in October, 2017 and the regular session that runs from early January 2018 through mid-March 2018. More
Issues: Legislation
Blog Karen Yarnell August 9, 2016
WVEC and WVHC Biennial Joint Fall Conference 2016
Please register by October 10 so we can have a meal count for the camp. (Reservations will be accepted at the conference for registration and lodging only. Late lodging is based on availability. Meals must be booked in advance.) More
Issues: WVEC event
Blog Paul Dalzell August 3, 2016
Calling Aspiring Communications or Environmental Professionals!
OneWatershed is a FREE weekend training program for college students and junior and high-school seniors, September 9–11 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV. West Virginia Rivers’ OneWatershed brings together watershed groups and students interested in communications and the environment. Students receive training as communications and public relations professionals — and help watershed groups use digital media to attract new volunteers... More
Issues: Water
Blog Angie Rosser July 27, 2016
Floods show need for more public investment, not less
Like many of my Clay and Kanawha county neighbors, I watched the Elk River rise throughout the day June 23. I was in denial that the river would ever reach into my home. Denial quickly transformed into resignation when I could see the muddy waters coming up through my floor vents. More
Issues: LegislationSocial justice
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