North Dakota has a long and proud history of hunting, fishing, birding and other outdoor recreation, but escalating development and other changes are threatening our clean water and natural places for people and wildlife. The North Dakota Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment would dedicate a small portion of the state’s existing oil and gas extraction taxes to protect North Dakota’s clean water and lands for future generations.
We’re inviting you to be a part of North Dakota’s Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment. We are excited to meet you and to get started on this important campaign for North Dakota’s water, wildlife and parks! This is a great opportunity to learn more about our campaign to place this important citizen’s amendment on the November 2014 ballot. We hope you and your friends can join us at one of the following kick-off meetings and trainings:
Grand Forks Kick-Off Meeting & Training
Tuesday, September 10, 7pm University of North Dakota Memorial Union- Room 204
2901 University Ave, Grand Forks
Parking available in the UND parking ramp
Bismarck Kick-Off Meeting & Training
Thursday, September 12, 7pm Ducks Unlimited – Conference Center
2525 River Road, Bismarck
Parking available at the Ducks Unlimited facility
Fargo Kick-Off Meeting & Training
Tuesday, September 17, 7pm Downtown Fargo Public Library
102 3rd Street N, Fargo
Parking available in the library/civic center parking lot
North Dakota’s Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Campaign is supported by a coalition of concerned citizens and leading conservation organizations, such as Pheasants Forever, The Nature Conservancy, Ducks Unlimited, The National Wildlife Federation and Audubon Society. To qualify for the November 2014 ballot, volunteers like you must gather 40,000 signatures.
Logo courtesy Pheasant Forever