Sen. Tom Killion (R-Delaware) and the Pennsylvania Growing Greener Coalition will hold a news conference at 1:30 p.m. on September 28 on the Lt. Governor’s Balcony (2nd Floor) in the Capitol Rotunda Harrisburg to announce introduction of bipartisan legislation to create a Growing Greener III program and provide $315 million in annual investments to protect the state’s water, land, and other natural resources.
The Pennsylvania Growing Greener Coalition last week unveiled its blueprint for a Growing Greener III program to ensure Pennsylvanians continue to have access to clean water, parks and trails, green open spaces, and locally grown food.
Expected to attend are—
— Sen. Tom Killion will be joined by Sen. Richard Alloway (R-York), Sen. Chuck McIlhinney (R-Bucks) and other members of the Senate.
— Andrew Heath, Executive Director, PA Growing Greener Coalition
— Oliver Bass, Vice President, Natural Lands Trust
— John Dawes, Executive Director, Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds
— Marci Mowery, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation
— Jeff Swinehart, Deputy Director, Lancaster Farmland Trust
— Additional Growing Greener III Supporters
Contacts for more information: Kim Maialetti, Wordplay, LLC, 267-258-0076 and Andrew Heath, Growing Greener Coalition, 717-824-2281