A PEACEFUL WALK to the only old growth forest ecosystem in inner city Indianapolis; show support for the protection of Crown Hill Cemetery’s North Woods from a concrete-heavy memorial that could easily be built elsewhere! And experience these majestic woods for yourself.
Gather at 2:00 p.m. in the eastern parking lot of Christian Theological Seminary if you would like to make signs & banners. Corrie Jagger, Marine Corps Veteran, and teacher Alayna Pierce will lead a discussion of artistic alternatives to the proposed project.
We will assemble for the walk between 3 and 3:15 p.m.
ALL ARE WELCOME….students of all ages, veterans, neighbors, you..
Poet and professor Kevin McKelvey will share brief thoughts on the value of wilderness.
These woods are an ecosystem. They are a public good. We stand against the destruction of the irreplaceable. Do you?
This event was inspired by the efforts of marine corps Veteran, Corrie Jagger. A big thank you to Corrie, Heartlands Group Sierra Club, Alliance of Crown Hill Neighbors, OVRTHERE.COM, and School for Community Learning. An even BIGGER thank you to you, the general public as we continue to make positive strides in this campaign. Your advocacy matters.
If you are interested in volunteering (photography, social media, poster-making etc…) or donating supplies (markers, poster boards, megaphones, balloons, etc…) please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
1000 W 42nd St, Indianapolis, IN, United States
September 25, 2016
2:00 p.m- 5:00 p.m.