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Celebrate the Earth with Riverkeeper!

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Earth Day is every day at Riverkeeper. Join us and participate in some of our events that are happening around Earth Day that support our mission and our earth!

Earth Day NY Earth Fair 2011

When: April 22, 2011: 11:00AM to 7:00PM
Where: Times Square

A public celebration in Times Square featuring entertainment, speakers, and an interactive exhibit area highlighting green businesses, non-profits, and our sponsors.

“Indian Point – Now or Never” Panel Discussion

When: April 22, 2011: 8:30PM to 10:00PM
Where: Yorktown Town Hall, Underhill Avenue and Route 118

Join your neighbors for the panel discussion on Indian Point, sponsored by GreenYorktown. This is free and open to the public.

Indian Point A Panel Discussion and Community Dialogue

When: April 26, 2011: 6:00PM to 9:00PM
Where: Fox Lane High School, Bedford NY map

The Bedford 2020 Coalition will host a community discussion regarding the Indian Point nuclear facility on April 26th at 6 p.m. at Fox Lane High School. The event is co-sponsored by the Bedford 2020 Coalition’s Water/Land Use, Religious, and Schools Task Forces and the Bedford Central School District. All are invited.

LA-Based Stewart+Brown and Riverkeeper Team Up to Support Earth Day

L.A.-based ethical fashion brand Stewart+Brown, pioneer of the sustainable fashion movement, is teaming up with Riverkeeper board member Amanda Hearst and Luigi Tadini in honor of Earth Day.

From April 20 to April 30, 20 percent of sales will go to Riverkeeper.
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More Ways to Support Our Earth

To celebrate Earth Day: Let’s give a gift to the Earth and ourselves by considering these great energy conservation tips Minimize Your Impact.

Be informed: Did you know that we DON’T need the juice from Indian Point? Find out why: Debunking the Indian Point Energy Myth (PDF).

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