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‘Advocacy 101’ at the Minnesota Zoo 10 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 24

AZUL invites you to learn the basics of state government funding and the current bonding bill at stake for the Minnesota Zoo.

Japanese Macaque infant at the Minnesota Zoo

As a state agency, the Minnesota Zoo relies on state funding for a significant portion of its budget each year.  The Zoo needs young people like you to connect with legislators to advocate on their behalf.

AZUL, the young patrons group of the Minnesota Zoo, invites young professionals who are passionate about wildlife conservation and education to attend “Advocacy 101” this Saturday, Mar. 24, to learn the basics of state government funding and the current bonding bill.

Find out what you need to know to take action in the community to advocate for the Minnesota Zoo!

If you are interested in participating, RSVP to Amy Olsen, stewardship associate: Amy [dot] Olsen [at] mnzoo [dot] org.

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Time: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Date: Saturday, Mar. 24, 2012
Place: Education Event Center, Minnesota Zoo, 13000 Zoo Blvd., Apple Valley, MN 55124