Partner Event: Trash-Free Solutions for Healthy Lives, Clean Land, Safe Water Summit
- Riggs Alumni Center 7801 Alumni Drive College Park, MD, 20740 United States (map)
Do you want to live trash free? Well, now's your chance to have your voice heard among key local decision makers! Join the Alice Ferguson Foundation for the Transforming Communities: Trash-Free Solutions for Healthy Lives, Clean Land, and Safe Water Summit. In conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the signing of the Potomac River Watershed Trash Treaty, this year’s summit will reflect on a decade of successes as well as set the stage for specific, achievable trash reduction goals in the future.
The Summit will feature a lunchtime keynote panel discussion with Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III, Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, and other leaders, moderated by Greater Washington Board of Trade President and CEO, Jim Dinegar.
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