Martin County Conservation Alliance Meeting

Date: Wednesday, March 21 - 6:30 - 7:30 pm.  
At The Susan W. Johnson Auditorium, Indian River State College, 
Wolf High-Technology Center on Salerno Road between US 1 & SR 76.    
Entrance & best parking is on the west side, toward the South Hospital and in front of Morgade Library (but near Salerno Rd).

Sue Mullins lobbyist from Florida Native Plant Society 
will have a presentation 
on the Constitutional Revision Committee proposed Amendment 
to our Florida Constitution that includes what it means and why vote for it:
   "The natural resources of the state are the legacy of present and future generations. Every person has a right to a clean and healthful environment, including clean air and water; control of pollution; and the conservation and restoration of the natural, scenic, historic, and aesthetic values of the environment as provided by law. Any person may enforce this right against any party, public or private, subject to reasonable limitations, as provided by law."
Sponsored by Martin County Conservation Alliance.  Open to public, no charge.


The Martin County Conservation Alliance website seeks to inform residents about development projects and Comprehensive Plan amendments which threaten our special Martin County quality of life. We invite the public to attend our monthly meetings. Please become a member of the Martin County Conservation Alliance and stand with us. The state has severely weakened the Growth Management Act, so we must join together and act locally. It is our best hope of preserving our Martin County difference.

Website by the Martin County Conservation Alliance, P.O. Box 1923, Stuart, FL 34995