Minnesota Governor Candidate Forum

Event Date: 
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 
Hamline University, St. Paul, MN
"Our New Environment: Air, Water, Land, Legacy"

Join Minnesota's conservation community for a gubernatorial candidate forum on environment and conservation issues in Minnesota. Candidates will respond to audience questions about air/climate, land/habitat, water, environmental funding and cross-cutting issues.  

This event is now full, but you can still participate! Sign up for a "remote ticket" to receive details about how to watch remotely, either from a satellite viewing party or at home. Satellite viewing party details are also being posted as they become available on the registration page.

All participants are able to submit questions for candidates and vote on the best ones. Simply go to the website Pigeonhole.at and enter the password LEGACY.

Additional details will be shared with registrants in advance.

Eventbrite - Minnesota Environmental Gubernatorial Forum


Attending the main event at Hamline?
Hamline doors open at 5:30 p.m. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. with a reception to follow at 8:30 p.m.

Free parking is available in the Hamline campus surface lots or on the street. Consider minimizing your carbon footprint by taking Metro Transit to the event! The event is located a short 2 blocks (.2 miles) from the A-Line's Snelling & Hewitt Station. 

 

Partners: 
Friends of the Mississippi River • Audubon Minnesota • Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota • Clean Water Action • Climate Generation • Conservation Minnesota • Environment Minnesota • Fresh Energy • Izaak Walton League - Minnesota Division • Lutheran Advocacy Minnesota • MN350 • Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy • Minnesota Conservation Federation • Minnesota Environmental Partnership • Minnesota River Valley Audubon Chapter • Sierra Club - Northstar Chapter •The Nature Conservancy • The Trust for Public Land • Transportation Forward • Voyageurs National Park Association • WaterLegacy • Women’s Congress for Future Generations