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We organize a free public forum, generally monthly. Join us to listen and discuss current issues with our knowledgeable speakers.

Wednesday, June 8th

Rock County Progressives Present an Educational Forum



Flint, Michigan

Lessons Learned






  • Tressie Kamp
    • Sierra Club, Conservation Programs Coordinator of the John Muir Chapter.
    • Tressie earned a degree in wildlife ecology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a law degree from Cardozo Law School in New York City. She enjoyed working for state and federal environmental agencies and non-profits during her time in New York, and she also spent a summer in Wisconsin as a Midwest Environmental Advocates Law Clerk.
    • After practicing law out east, Tressie returned to Wisconsin to be closer to family, the UW Arboretum, and the shores of Lake Monona. She most recently worked as a policy analyst for the state, focusing on alternative transportation and air quality programming.

      About Midwest Environmental Advocates:




      We protect water quality and quantity by reviewing and commenting on state waste water permits; advocating for state regulations on how manure is applied to farm fields; advocating for state protections regarding groundwater pumping; and supporting local groups demanding that public water stay out of private hands.


Forum Schedule:

6 PM-6:30 PM cheese & cracker reception (nonalcoholic)
6:30 PM-7:45 PM, Speaker presentation


Forum Location:

Basics CO-OP


*Basics CO-OP Natural Foods
1711 Lodge Dr.
Janesville, WI 53545





*This is an independent event not affiliated with Basics.


For video of past forums see:

"Past Events"


This mural is located in Beloit, near 500 Pleasent St., on the side of the old Ironworks building facing the Rock River.
It is a great tribute to the laborers of the 20th century.

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