Arizona’s Environmental Challenges
By Sandy Bahr
Director, Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter
Sedona AZ (May 6, 2013) – For more than a decade, Sandy Bahr has been the face and the voice of the environment at the state Legislature on issues such as air quality, global warming and the preservation of rivers and forests. The Michigan native moved to Arizona in the mid-1980s from Connecticut. She has helped organize several ballot measures dealing with the environment and urban sprawl. They include, most notably, the 2000 Citizens’ Growth Management Initiative, a failed measure that would have required cities to set up expansion boundaries.
- Thursday, May 16
- 8 AM breakfast, 8.30 AM lecture
- Old Sedona Bar & Grille, 1407 Highway 89A, Sedon
- $11 includes breakfast, gratuity.
- Space is limited. Please RSVP: phone 203-5858, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org