Livingston Democrats to hear talk on Spring & the environment on April 27
Spring is here and you can hear it, literally. Livingston County Democrats will explore the sounds of spring amphibians and how they are affected by environmental policy at their meeting this month.
Andrew Nowicki, a zoology major at Michigan State University from Cohoctah Township, will speak on “A Quick Guide to Spring Amphibians: Environmental Indicators” at the meeting on Thursday, April 27, at 7 p.m. at Re-Max Platinum Auditorium, 6870 Grand River, between Brighton and Howell.
Also speaking will be Kody Vitale, a field organizer with the Michigan Democratic Party. Vitale, of Brighton, will be working in a region that includes Livingston County under the Michigan Democratic Party’s Project 83.
The meeting is open to all Democrats in the county. Attendees are advised to park behind the building, use the rear building entrance, and take the stairs or elevators down to the auditorium.
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