Posts Tagged ‘Martin County Wetlands’

Call to Action: Urge Martin County Commissioners to Save Wetlands

On April 25, 2017, Martin County Commissioners will vote on CPA 07-17, an amendment to the Martin County Comprehensive Plan that would allow developers to pave over small urban wetlands.   Please urge Commissioners to vote against this amendment by attending the meeting, sending an email or calling. Email all Commissioners: comish@martin.fl.us Send an email…

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Citizens’ Forum

SPEAK UP FOR YOUR COUNTY!   The Guardians of Martin County is pleased to be a sponsor of this annual, informative event. Date: April 22, 2017 Time: 1:00 – 4:00 pm Location: Wolf Technology Center Auditorium Indian River State College 2400 SE Salerno Rd, Stuart, FL  Public invited;  Free admission Please join us once again for an…

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Guest column: Are ‘little’ wetlands worth saving? [Excerpt]

By Maggy Hurchalla February 22, 2017 TC Palm . . . Recently, the chairman of the Martin County Commission and the head of the Economic Council of Martin County joined Big Sugar in opposing Senate President Joe Negron’s plan to save our St. Lucie River estuary and the Everglades. It’s beginning to look like anti-environment sentiments are growing…

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Small Wetlands, Big Protections

The Guardians of Martin County is pleased to be a sponsor in this upcoming workshop on small wetlands, and the value they serve to our community.  Please join us for the event and sign the petition to protect our small wetlands: Sign Petition Download the flyer here: Wetlands flyer

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