This podcast works synergistically with the national parks display by Tom Sutter on our art wall this month, and the Wisconsin State Historical Society's John Muir Display which is currently at the Menasha Library this week. It will be taken down on Tuesday, October 25th. This Sunday, Tom Sutter is presenting on John Muir—a great time to get down here and see both.
We have Seth Hoffmeister the Northeast Organizer for the League of Conservation Voters in Wisconsin. As Northeast Organizer, Seth works with volunteers, activists, and partner organizations in the community to hold our elected officials accountable for the decisions that they make regarding our natural resources and works to draw attention to important conservation issues in and around Northeast Wisconsin.
So whether or not you’re interested in the presidential election this year, Seth makes a case for people in the community across political lines to join together, to protect Wisconsin’s natural resources, and that local elections, might just be the most important, and have the most impact on our day to day lives. You can find out more at their website: http://conservationvoters.org/
Seth also revealed some of his favorite Wisconsin music during this podcast. The band: Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Check out there music and catch a show—they play in Wisconsin frequently, and hail from the same Stevens Point, in which Seth, and I, attended University.
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