The Price of Sand at the State Capitol

Things are hot and heavy at the Minnesota State Capitol! And there is still a good chance we can get some common sense frac sand mining legislation to pass this session.

To help raise awareness among legislators, several Senators and Representatives are hosting a screening of the award-winning documentary film, “The Price of Sand,” in the Great Hall at the State Capitol this Wednesday.

WHAT: “THE PRICE OF SAND”
DATE:  WEDNESDAY, MAY 8

TIME:  4:00 PM
WHERE: THE GREAT HALL, Minnesota State Capitol Building
Free and Open to the Public

EVENT FLYER

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend!

Join us for this 57-minute look at the impacts of frac sand mining in WI, IA and MN. An even better idea, call your legislators and invite them to meet you there! Look up your legislators’ contact information here; they really do like to hear from their constituents, like you!

Thanks for your ongoing support — it really matters!

Hope to see you there,
Tracy

P.S. We had nearly 300 people attend the screening in Minneapolis last week!!

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