Santa Rosa Bus to Protest Against Offshore Drilling at BOEM Public Hearing
55 Ridgway Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, USA
VERY FEW LEFT. NOTE NEW PICKUP LOCATION FOR PETALUMA BELOW.
The Protect the Pacific coalition* is organizing a round trip bus from Santa Rosa to Sacramento for the rally before the BOEM meeting and the meeting itself on February 8th. We will leave the Environmental Center of Sonoma County (55 Ridgway, Santa Rosa, CA 95401) at 10:00 am and pickup additional riders in Petaluma (Petaluma Regional Library, 100 Fairgrounds Drive, Petaluma 94952) at 10:35 am on Thursday morning and then drive to Sacramento. Please be at the pick up location in Santa Rosa no later than 9:45 am or in Petaluma no later than 10:20 am. If you wish to be picked up in Petaluma, after you purchase a ticket, let us know by email to email@example.com . The same bus will leave from Sacramento at 4:30 pm that day and returning to your pickup place around 6:15 to 6:45 pm. Reserving a ticket ensures you have a round trip seat! For more information about the rally, check out the Facebook event.
If you want a seat but are budget challenged, free tickets are available, courtesy of the Sierra Club.
Spaces are limited, so reserve your ticket now to ensure you have a seat! See you on the bus!
What: Rally against offshore drilling off the California coast with powerful speakers, music, and lots of art and chanting.When: February 8th, 1:30 PMWhere: Gathering at the North steps of the Capitol building, 1100 L St., Sacramento, CA 95814
Offshore drilling is a nightmare for people and the planet – it poisons our oceans, covers our beaches in oil, and directly threatens California’s booming coastal economy. It also deepens our dependence on fossil fuels, driving climate change that accelerates sea level rise and fuels wildfires. But the fight to protect the California coast from new offshore drilling isn’t over yet. Let’s show Trump and his oil cronies what resistance to their unending quest to wreck the planet looks like.
*Partnering organizations: Friends of the Earth - US, Sacred Places Institute, Oceana, Sierra Club, Surfrider Foundation, Save Our Shores, California CoastKeeper Alliance, Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG), NRDC, Food & Water Watch, Greenpeace, Audubon California, & more!
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Free for the budget challenged, courtesy of the Sierra Club
$5 Round Trip Ticket for Students/Children - Please pay what you can.
$15 Round Trip Ticket - Please pay what you can.