Don't Miss the Largest Annual Gathering of Environmentally-Minded Citizens in the State! It's Exactly a Month Away - Sat., December 2nd!
Learn about what your time at the 10th Annual "Greening the Statehouse" holds by clicking on our new video below !

Greening the Statehouse (#GTS2017) will be a day full of opportunities to become a better advocate for the environment, public health, and a sustainable economy. Don't miss out on the chance to:

  1. Network with motivated, smart, and compassionate Hoosiers from across the state who care about environmental issues.
  2. Get informed and inspired by Mitch Hescox, one of the most well-known conservative advocates for the environment in the country, who is working tirelessly to engage Americans across the political and faith spectrum.
  3. Learn from grasstops organizers, environmental policy experts, and media professionals about the best techniques to help shape policies that impact our air, water, forests, climate and which will pave the way for a future marked by sustainable agriculture, energy, and transportation.

On November 9th, 300 Acres of M ature, Closed Canopy Hardwood Forest Could Be Logged. Only Governor Holcomb Can Stop This.
300 acres of the Yellowwood Backcountry Area could be -- within days -- irreparably harmed. These forest tracts have largely been untouched since 1981, when they were designated as "Backcountry Areas" by then-Governor Bob Orr, a Republican.

On November 9th, our state government could press ahead with a timber sale of these 300 acres. The only person who can halt this sale is Governor Eric Holcomb.

Here's What You Can Do:

  1. Encourage your network to contact Gov. Holcomb at 317-232-4567 or at
  2. Volunteer to canvass in Brown County and Indianapolis to inform fellow Hoosiers about the situation and to urge them to contact the Governor.
  3. "Like" Save Yellowwood to follow daily developments.
  4. Tweet and Instagram using hashtag #SaveYellowwood.
  5. Get More Background. Read more at our dedicated webpage.

There's so little time left. Please act today!
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