You are invited to attend a panel discussion on air quality in the Grand Valley, including information on current conditions, the future of citizen-based air pollution monitors, health effects of air pollution, and area rules and regulations on woodstove and open burning.
What’s in our Air? What We’re Breathing and Why It Matters will be held on Monday, September 22 at 7:00 pm at Whitman Hall (248 S. 4th St) in Grand Junction.
A follow-up to last year’s successful public forum, attendees will learn from local and regional experts what we’re breathing and why it matters to our economy, our kids and our environment.
The eye-opening event, moderated by Teresa Coons, Executive Director of the Math & Science Center and former member of the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission, features the following panelists:
The event and parking are free, and is sponsored by: Citizens for Clean Air, League of Women Voters of Mesa County and Alpine Bank.
For more information, contact Karen Sjoberg at 970-242-1054 or 970-628-4699.