News Special Events Sustainability Water Quality & Rivers

Call for Action: Green Storm Water Project in Oakland, July 12

Plans are afoot to prove to federal regulators that our region is committed to a green-first approach to fixing our sewer overflow problem. By investing $30 million in the Four Mile Run storm water abatement project starting in Schenley Park, we will gain $320 million in storm water abatement benefits including a drastic reduction in dangerous flooding in parts of Greenfield.

Next Wednesday Heather Sage from the Parks Conservancy will outline the plan for the Four Mile Run Project, followed by a call to action to make this project a reality:

Wednesday, July 12
6:00 Doors open and refreshments
6:30 Presentation and call to action
Sixth Presbyterian Church
1688 Murray Avenue, Pittsburgh 15217

Please RSVP and learn how you can help get the Four Mile Run project!

Sponsored by Clean Rivers Campaign, Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network and Sierra Club.

Next post  «

Previous post   »

Buy Your Sierra Club Calendars Now

Read the Spring 2017 Sierran


Join or make a donation

CO2 Current atmospheric
C02 PPM from

Search the site

  Sierra Club┬« and "Explore, enjoy and protect the planet."┬« are registered trademarks of the Sierra Club.