Land and Water Conservation Lobby Day
March 27, 2013
8am onward; reception 5:30-7:30.
General Assembly and Legislative Office Buildings, Downtown Raleigh. | Show Directions
The NC General Assembly is located at 16 E Jones Street downtown Raleigh, 27601 between N Wilmington and N Salisbury Streets. The Legislative Office Building is located beside the General Assembly at 330 N Salisbury Street, 27603.
Parking is available in a pay lot across from the Archives Building/State Library on E Jones Street, which is kitty-corner from the General Assembly. There are other pay lots/garages downtown Raleigh as well within walking distance.
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What is Lobby Day?
Lobby day is a chance for you to visit your legislators face-to-face with the support of others in the conservation community. You can come during the day, just for the reception, or both!
What do I do on Lobby Day?
Lobby day consists of a registration/informational session in the morning followed by time for legislative visits. (You are encouraged to make appointments with your legislators beforehand but this is not necessary.) We will provide you with information relative to timely land and water conservation issues, including talking points. There are many conservation experts available if you have questions about anything.
What is the schedule for Lobby Day?
Registration takes place from 8-9 am; participants have the day open for meetings with legislators; the Lobby Day reception, consisting of drinks and hors'doeuvres, is from 5:30-7:30 at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
Who else will be at Lobby Day?
Lobby Day attracts members of local land trusts and people who are passionate about conservation from across North Carolina. Also, our reception is held in conjunction with members of the Sportsmen's Caucus and the N.C. Wildlife Federation.