Celebrate the Earth with CLF this Saturday at EarthFest!

Claire Morgenstern

Do you love the Earth? Fantastic concerts? Free stuff? Learning about the awesome work of your friendly neighborhood environmental non-profits? No matter what you and your family are into, celebrate it with CLF at EarthFest this Saturday, May 21, at the Hatch Shell in Boston. This annual event, presented courtesy of Radio 92.9, features hundreds of environmentally-friendly vendors and sponsors along with local non-profits doing green work in your community. And if that’s not enough rockstars for you, stick around for a stellar lineup featuring Atomic Tom, Sponge, LIVE’s Ed Kowalczyk and Ok Go, among other acts of musical greatness.

So tomorrow, come out and show your support for CLF and New England’s environment! Stop by our booth for environmentally-themed games, prizes and more. We’ll be strategically located between Lovin Spoonfuls and Boston Harbor Alliance in the non-profit exhibitor area between the Main Events area and the Vendor Cafe. We’ll see you there!

Let’s review:

Radio 92.9 EarthFest
Saturday, May 21
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Hatch Shell, Boston, MA

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4 Responses to “Celebrate the Earth with CLF this Saturday at EarthFest!”

  1. Tony Redington

    Congratulations to the CLF and a host of others who through the years fought the insanity of the Circ. Sad that the Circ fight left VT 2A from the interstate to Five Corners, the IBM entrance on Park Street in Essex Jct., and the intersections serving Wiliston’s retail complex without needed improvements–roundabouts–which require practically no environmental review whatsoever if approached one intersection at a time.

    The cancellation comes a critical time as a new federally initiated Rand Corp. study this week recommends federal highway funds only be used for projects with areawide (often mjulti-state) projects which if adopted would decimate federal funds now used for projects with little value. A series of intersection improvements along VT 2A may well be configured as an overall policy to fit nicely into the likely direction of federal highway funding.

    Roundabouts and bridge improvements represent the major area for Vermont highway investments and VT 2A intersections would score high on priority lists.

    Tony Redington Blog: TonyRVT.xanga.com

  2. Tony Redington

    Congratulations to the CLF and a host of others who through the years fought the insanity of the Circ. Sad that the Circ fight left VT 2A from the interstate to Five Corners, the IBM entrance on Park Street in Essex Jct., and the intersections serving Wiliston’s retail complex without needed improvements–roundabouts–which require practically no environmental review whatsoever if approached one intersection at a time.

    The cancellation comes a critical time as a new federally initiated Rand Corp. study this week recommends federal highway funds only be used for projects with areawide (often mjulti-state) projects which if adopted would decimate federal funds now used for projects with little value. A series of intersection improvements along VT 2A may well be configured as an overall policy to fit nicely into the likely direction of federal highway funding.

    Roundabouts and bridge improvements represent the major area for Vermont highway investments and VT 2A intersections would score high on priority lists.

    Tony Redington Blog: TonyRVT.xanga.com

  3. Tony Redington

    Congratulations to the CLF and a host of others who through the years fought the insanity of the Circ. Sad that the Circ fight left VT 2A from the interstate to Five Corners, the IBM entrance on Park Street in Essex Jct., and the intersections serving Wiliston’s retail complex without needed improvements–roundabouts–which require practically no environmental review whatsoever if approached one intersection at a time.

    The cancellation comes a critical time as a new federally initiated Rand Corp. study this week recommends federal highway funds only be used for projects with areawide (often mjulti-state) projects which if adopted would decimate federal funds now used for projects with little value. A series of intersection improvements along VT 2A may well be configured as an overall policy to fit nicely into the likely direction of federal highway funding.

    Roundabouts and bridge improvements represent the major area for Vermont highway investments and VT 2A intersections would score high on priority lists.

    Tony Redington Blog: TonyRVT.xanga.com

  4. Tony Redington

    Congratulations to the CLF and a host of others who through the years fought the insanity of the Circ. Sad that the Circ fight left VT 2A from the interstate to Five Corners, the IBM entrance on Park Street in Essex Jct., and the intersections serving Wiliston’s retail complex without needed improvements–roundabouts–which require practically no environmental review whatsoever if approached one intersection at a time.

    The cancellation comes a critical time as a new federally initiated Rand Corp. study this week recommends federal highway funds only be used for projects with areawide (often mjulti-state) projects which if adopted would decimate federal funds now used for projects with little value. A series of intersection improvements along VT 2A may well be configured as an overall policy to fit nicely into the likely direction of federal highway funding.

    Roundabouts and bridge improvements represent the major area for Vermont highway investments and VT 2A intersections would score high on priority lists.

    Tony Redington Blog: TonyRVT.xanga.com

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