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Clean Energy Day at the Capitol – Wednesday, February 25!

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Kansans want a responsible energy plan to transition our state to clean, renewable energy like wind and solar and improvements in energy efficiency. Investments in a clean energy economy create and keep good jobs in communities across Kansas, save money for families and businesses in the long run, and improve our health and environment.

Let’s show our state leaders we support a clean energy plan!

9:00 a.m. – Advocate Briefing and Energy Policy Update at theKansas State Capitol Visitors Center (enter on 8th Street)

Remaining activities will take place on the 1st Floor Rotunda of the Capitol

9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. – Clean Energy Business and Community Booths

10:30 a.m. – Press Conference

11 a.m. – 4 p.m. – Meetings with Legislators

12 p.m. – 1 p.m. – Free Box Lunch

RSVP Online: http://tinyurl.com/RSVPCleanEnergyDay

 Booth Space Registration: http://tinyurl.com/CleanEnergyDay

Directions & Parking: http://www.kshs.org/p/kansas-state-capitol-parking/11708

Radio Interview on LawrenceHits.com

Kansas Riverkeeper Laura Calwell joined Jay Wachs of LawrenceHits.com and Cile King from the League of Women Voters of Douglas County for a discussion of the KAW River and water quality in NE Kansas on Wednesday 13, 2015.  To listen click HERE!

Kansas River Currents

Check out our latest newsletter for a review of FOK’s activities and accomplishments in 2014!

The Kansas River

map-of-river The Kansas River (known locally as the Kaw) begins at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill Rivers near Junction City. It flows 173 miles to Kansas City where it joins the Missouri River. The Kaw watershed drains almost the entire northern half of Kansas and part of Nebraska and Colorado (53,000 square miles). It is the world’s largest prairie based river system.