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Environmental Community Analysis Discussion: Virtual

March 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Join us for a community discussion

This month, we have three opportunities to learn about and discuss the Greater Rochester Environmental Community Analysis.
Individuals, groups, and organizations are encouraged to attend.
There is a suggested donation of $10 to sustain the Directory and community-building efforts.

Rochester Ecology Partners is hosting an open presentation and discussion of a regional Environmental Community Landscape Analysis. In addition, we’ll also talk about the new, public online resource, the Greater Rochester Environmental Community Directory.

With support from Rochester Area Community Foundation and Emil Muller Foundation, Rochester Ecology Partners spent 2023 gathering and processing extensive information about the composition, missions, initiatives, successes, and challenges faced by dozens of organizations dedicated to improving community well-being and the environment across Greater Rochester.

Chris Widmaier, founder and Executive Director of Rochester Ecology Partners, will lead the presentation with Erin “E” Turpin, Community Engagement Specialist.

We will present the process, results, and insights from this analysis, and invite attendees to discuss next steps toward a more connected and impactful regional environmental movement. This event marks a pivotal moment in Greater Rochester’s journey towards a more sustainable and just future.

Organized by the Rochester Ecology Partners

This community event is facilitated by the Rochester Ecology Partners, a nonprofit dedicated to helping all people find nature where they live, work, and play. Contributions to this mission are welcome.

COVID-19 Safety

This event will be indoors. We expect anyone experiencing COVID-19 or who has come in close contact with anyone who has COVID-19 to stay home. Masks will be available and encouraged if they make you more comfortable.

Getting There

We will meet in The Nancy Evelyn Brandon meeting room at the Phillis Wheatley Community Library. The address is 33 Dr. Samuel McCree Way, Rochester, NY 14608. (Google Map Link)

RTS Route 14 from the transit center will drop you off at Ford & Samuel McCree. You’ll arrive around 3:50. (Google Maps Bus Route)


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March 20
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
See below for pricing
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