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Larkspur, California, 94977

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(SAIL) 415.541.5075
A 501 (c) (3) non profit agency

Give a care, spare the air.
Attend events fragrance-free . . .

Why fragrance free?
Modern scents have moved from mostly
animal and plant essences to
synthetic essences created from
70-100 percent petrochemical derivatives.

See Raw Materials of Perfumery

FDA Petition 99P-1340

Please scroll down for more events..

Special events listings are in chronological order.
Regular monthly meetings of local organizations I know about are in alpha order, below. Current events as I learn of them . . . or have time/energy to list them.

Historical events -- including CIIN's first USA MCS Conference -- will be found following Old news -- barb


- Regular Monthly Meetings -

  • EHN Meetings -- an almost monthly supporting event, running September through July; annual holiday party the first Saturday in December

    Join us FRAGRANCE-FREE! -- generally the
    first Saturday of each month, 4 - 6 p.m.

    With potluck and visiting, following.
    Ecology House, San Rafael, California

    June and July tend to be our picnic months at
    China Camp State Park, San Rafael
    August is vacation month.

    Bring something to share that is organic, natural and/or alcohol-free for the potluck following our meetings . . . or to our summer picnics.

    Occasionally, meetings are canceled if work is underway at Ecology House. For exact date/time info, please check

    Or, call SAIL (Support And Information Line) 415.541.5075 and listen to message.

  • Health Medicine Forum's monthly meetings

    All meetings are held at Preservation Park unless otherwise noted. (Check their website to make sure you have latest info. -- barb.)

    Membership -- There are three types of HMF memberships available.

    For more info, call (925) 934-7311

  • Marin Beyond Pesticides

    MBP meets monthly, 4th Wednesday, 7 - 9 p.m.
    usually in the Tamalpias Room of

    Marin Genereal Hospital
    250 Bon Air Road
    Greenbrae CA 94904

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    Current events

      Earth Day participation by EHN

        Berkeley, Saturday, April 23, 2005
        11 am to 5:30 pm in Civic Center Park
        MLKing Jr. Way, between Center and Alston Way

        Marin County, Sunday, April 24, 2005
        10am - 5 pm
        College of Marin, Kentfield
        From Highway 101, take the San Anselmo exit (northbound) or the Sir Francis Drake Blvd. exit (southbound) and follow Sir Francis Drake Blvd. to College Ave. (seventh stoplight). The College of Marin is adjacent to the corner of Sir Francis Drake and College Ave. Remember to carpool!

      Marin Environmental Film Festival
      April 22 - 24, 2005
      Smith Rafael Film Center, Downtown San Rafael

      Green Building / Energy films:
      Saturday, April 23
      4:10 pm - 6:00 pm
      Tickets: $9.25
      Find the films:


      Berkeley Green Home Expo
      Saturday, April 30, 2005
      Downtown Berkeley ‚ Civic Center Park


      Green Fusion Design Center
      The Healthy Home Event Series: İPaint & Indoor Air Quality
      When: Saturday May 7th

      İ1:00 - 3:00 pm

      Cost: Free

      Where: Green Fusion Design Center
      14 Greenfield Ave. San Anselmo
      Please RSVP: (415) 454-0174

      Who: Guest Speakers include:

      • Jay Watts, Marketing Director & Technical expert from AFM Safecoat Paint

      • Scott Egide, Representative from Auro Paint

      • Dr. Karron Power M.D., MPH & Oliver Power, Indoor Air Quality experts from Breatheasy IAQ

      • Victoria Schomer, ASID & LEEDS accredited Designer from Interior Concerns

      . **

      Green Structural Options: Costs, Benefits and Practical Considerations
      Wednesday, May 18
      Environmental Technology Center, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park

      Of wood, steel or concrete, which is a greener and more cost effective building material? This workshop will help to answer this and other questions regarding green materials used for the construction of a building¼s shell.

      5:30 pm - 6:00 pm  Registration, Networking & Refreshments
      6:00 pm - 7:00 pm  Presentation: M. McClintock, Project Manager - ARUP Building
      Presentation: Ann Edminster, Principal - Design AVEnues and Co-chair USGBC LEED for Homes Comm.
      7:00 pm - 7:30 pm  Light Buffet
      7:30 pm - 8:30 pm  Presentation: Gary Pugh, President - Alternative Building Concepts
      Presentation: Bob Massaro, CEO - MCM Healthy Bldgs.
      8:30 pm - 9:00 pm  Dialogue with speakers and other attendees


      The building¼s structural system is one of the first green choices that architects, engineers and builders must make. This choice will strongly influence many aspects of the building, including the energy performance and indoor air quality. In this workshop attendees will have an opportunity to learn about several structural approaches: Wood, Steel, Panelized Construction, and Concrete. The presenters are leading design and building professionals that have extensive experience with these technologies. It is the goal of this workshop to present practical considerations, tradeoffs, cost, and benefits of each featured technology. It is also the goal to encourage conversation between attendees and presenters.

      COST: Light Buffet included
      $25 For USGBC & AIA Redwood Empire Chapter members.
      $35 non-members, before May 4
      $45 non-members, after May 4


      Thank you,

      Build It Green (formerly Green Resource Center) &
      510.845.0472/ 888.40.GREEN

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    Old news . . . may be of historical interest.

    Please scroll through this section. Look for most recent past events at page bottom. -- barb

  • San Francicso Mime Troupe
    Dates/Places (via phoned-in message so I hope I got this accurately --barb)

    JULY 8 and 9, 2000-- Berkeley, Cedar/Rose Park

    JULY 16, 2000 -- Santa Rosa

    AUGUST 5 and 6, 2000 -- Berkeley, Live Oak Park

    AUGUST 9, 2000 -- Oakland, Lakeside Park

    AUGUST 26, 2000 -- Oakland, Mosswood Park

    AUGUST 27, 2000 -- Berkeley, Willard Park

    The show this time is about genetically engineered foods, & promises to be the wittiest, most entertaining & yet educational presentation on the subject that you will ever see! If you're not familiar with the Mime Troupe, they are a company that has been around for 40 years, & for 38 of those years has performed a free show of political satire in the parks thruout the bayarea.

  • BIONEERS Conference
    October 20-22, 2000 - San Raphael, Ca.

  • The First National Symposium
    on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia: Environmentally - Triggered and Emerging Illnesses
    Postponed! from November 17-19, 2000
    Ottawa area -- at the Ch’teau Cartier Resort in Aylmer, QuÈbec.

    Just in, June 27, 2000: Now scheduled for April 2001

  • Benefit Dis-Scenting Opinion, Feb. 12, 2000

  • Benefit for Rick Boyer, Feb. 23, 2000

  • In support of REBECCA KAPLAN, meet RALPH NADER on March 2nd!

  • Disability, Sexuality and Culture: Societal and Experiential Perspectives on Multiple Identities
    Pre-Conference, March 16 in Berkeley; Conference, Mach 17-18, 2000, San Francisco

  • Biodevastation 2000 conference
    March 24-26, 2000 in Boston

  • "There's No Place Like Home" Conference
    March 30, 2000 in San Rafael, California
    EHN tabled this event

  • Earth Day 2000 - April 22
    EHN tabled this event

  • Symposium on Endocrine Disruptor chemicals - Sat. May 6

    EHN tabled these events
    ***World Premiere***
    Eighth Street Stuido, Berkeley
    Friday June 2, and Saturday June 3

    An artistic, thought-provoking and surprisingly upbeat theatrical journey through controversial territory connecting environment, communities, disability and queerness. Written and performed by: Imani Sistahday, Kim Compoc, Terry Mullings & Emily Bender Director: Emily Bender. Co-presented by Hanarchy West

  • Conference: Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance, June 2000

  • Beijing +5 - Gender Equality, Development and Peace for the 21st Century

    The plan is to offer a series of workshops in New York, June 1-4,
    the days just preceding the General Assembly and to involve the
    approximately 25-35 participants in the Beijing+5 events, June 5-9.

    Further Information:

  • San Francicso Mime Troupe
    EHN tabled this event

    The Troupe holds its preview of their summer musical show on
    June 18
    at the College of Marin
    4:30pm, outside on the lawn

    The show this time is about genetically engineered foods, & promises to be the wittiest, most entertaining & yet educational presentation on the subject that you will ever see! If you're not familiar with the Mime Troupe, they are a company that has been around for 40 years, & for 38 of those years has performed a free show of political satire in the parks thruout the bayarea. The jazz band will start the event at 4pm with a half-hour set, so bring your sunscreen, your feedback, & your creativity gone wild.

    This sterling event is co-sponsored by the Social Justice Center of Marin, the Students for Social Responsibility, & the Gray Panthers.

  • EHN's Breath O' Fresh Air Clothing Swap/
    Games Day/Rowdy Howdy Potluck Picnic!!!

    Sunday, August 27, 2000

  • Genetic Engineering and The Future of Food
    Saturday, August 26, 2000

  • Wine and Cheese and Water Wars
    With a Distinguished Hellraiser
    Dance Palace in Point Reyes Station

    6 PM on Sunday, September 24, 2000

  • An evening with Dr. Ana Soto
    Tuesday, Septembr 26, 2000

  • Taking Back Our Food, Farms and Playgrounds
    October 6-8, 2000 - Redwood City, CA
    (A new page will open when you click this URL)

  • Bioneers -- "No conference on Earth celebrates more fully the possibilities of creating a world that is conducive to life. Bioneers is central to the re-imagination of what it means to be human." -Paul Hawken, Author, Natural Capitalism

    October 20 - 22, 2000
    Marin Center - San Rafael, California

  • Cancer Expert -- Samuel S. Epstein, M.D
    to speak twice in one day. Call 510.658.8083 to make a reservation for either event.

      NOON, Monday, October 23
      Amy and Barb attended
      Yosemite Room, National Sierra Club Headquarters
      85 Second Street, San Francisco.

      7:30 pm, Monday, October 23
      Barb attended
      San Francisco Bay Chapter's Conservation Office,
      2530 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley.

  • Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide conference
    November 18 -19, 2000
    the anniversary of the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion
    Hosted by EISC
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

  • Marin Beyond Pesticides

    February 28, 2001 features Debra Lynn Dadd on
    least toxic products.


    MBP meets monthly, 4th Wednesday, 7 - 9 p.m.
    usually in the Tamalpias Room of

    Marin Genereal Hospital
    250 Bon Air Road
    Greenbrae CA 94904

  • Taking Action!
    The Second Annual Independence Forum of Marin County
    EHN tabled this event

    Thursday, April 19th from 9:30 to 4:00
    Marin County Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall.
    This exciting event is co-sponsored by many local agencies.

  • Earth Day
    Berkeley, California

    EHN tabled this event
    A free event, 11am-5pm in Civic Center Park, Allston and MLK Jr. Way in downtown Berkeley.

  • Awareness Rising: The 1st International
    Environmental Illness Conference

    May 18-19, 2001
    Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ottawa, Canada
    For more information and registration form, visit


    EHNers, Emily Bender will be reading for this event. Astraea has funded Dis-Scenting Opinion for 2 years. Please come out to support them!

    Saturday, May 19, 2001 -- 7:30 PM Curtain

    Victoria Theatre
    2961 16th Street
    San Francisco, CA

    Featured Performers:

      Dorothy Allison
      Sini Anderson
      Emily Bender
      Rachel Bolden-Kramer
      Lauren Crux
      Desi del Valle
      Elana Dykewomon
      Ronnie Gilbert
      Jewelle Gomez
      Nedra Johnson
      Maiana Minahal
      Jami Sieber
      Hosted by Carolyn King
    Tickets are still available ... for more information visit

  • Diana Fairechild - The Fair Air Coalition
    I will be in the Bay Area at Whole Foods stores. If there is a chance for you to come to [one of my book signgins], it would be great to see you!

    Whole Foods -

      May 22, 5 - 6:30 pm San Francisco at Franklin (signing)

      May 22, 8 - 9 pm Palo Alto (signing)

      May 23, 7- 8:30 pm Cupertino (speaking and signing)

  • P.E.G. (Pesticide Education Group)
    The Marin County grassroots organization

    Our next meeting is in combination with a lecture series that Marin Beyond Pesticides is sponsoring on May 23rd at 7pm. The location is The Marin Art & Garden Center in Ross.

    Second Annual
    EHN Fragrance-free Pastimes
    With Good Company Picnic!

    June 23, Solstice weekend, from 2:30 - 9 pm

    It will be at
    China Camp State Park
    in San Rafael

    Buckeye Point picnic area

    So bring a yumptious potluck dish, a frizbee, a game, an instrument, and several layers of clothing, as this spot is right on the bay. Come celebrate the almost ultimate light length, the bluest ethereal firmament, and crystalline photons dancing on sun's rays to mother earth herself...

    take care,

  • Marin Beyond Pesticides
    Spread the word!


    invite you to come to our presentation and discussion

    Toxic Threats to Child Development

    Wednesday, June 27th at 7 pm
    Marin General Hospital, Tamalpais Room

    Learn what you can do in your home and communtiy to reduce exposure to dangerous chemicals that can affect normal child development.

    • Learn critical scientific information from, In Harms Way, the report by the Physicians for Social Responsibility that shows how toxic exposures can interfere with child development.

    • Hands-on discussion of healthier cleaning and garden products.

    • Learn about local opportunitites to reduce pesticide use and mercury in your community.



    Read about it on Ecology Center's page at

    or visit
    Earth Island Institute

    The Brower Youth Awards are for young environmental leaders ages 13 ‚22, from around the country.

    "By outstanding and innovative leadership, we mean that you played the major leadership role in organizing and implementing your environmental project. You can think of this like making a film. Many people contribute to the film, but one person is recognized as the director - the person with the vision, the motivation, and the leadership skills to get the film completed."

    Application to be fully completed by the youth applying.

    Deadline: Application packet must be postmarked by June 29, 2001

    Application available as a PDF file from

    David Brower* Day
    "Have a good time saving the world,
    or you're just going to depress yourself."

    -- David R. Brower [1912-2000]

    Earth Island Institute: The First Annual Brower Day
    Come Celebrate the Earth!

    Saturday, June 30, 2001, 12-5pm

    Martin Luther King Park

    Martin Luther King Jr. Way,
    between Allston Way and Center Street, Berkeley, CA

    Fun for the whole family!

    Earth Island Institute: Fifth Annual Party for the Planet!
    Tickets are $50 per person.
    Saturday, June 30, 2001

    Beginning at 7:00 p.m.
    The International House
    2299 Piedmont Ave. (at Bancroft)
    Berkeley, California

    Ecology Center: David Brower Day

    In the Light of Reverence
    Showing David Brower* Day

    Saturday, June 30 - 3:30 PM

    Berkeley Community Theater, Schwimly Little Theater - 1930 Alston Way With Filmmaker Christopher McLeod and Caleen Sisk-Franco (Wintu)

    * David Brower's Last Interview
    Activist and former backpacker David Brower reflects on his life in the political trenches and on the trails.
    By David Kupfer, April 2001,2646,1963,00.html

    Do you want to download AcrobatTM Reader?


    October 19-21, 2001- San Raphael, CA
    Marin Center

    The 2001 MCS Conference
    August 13 - 15, 2001, Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Chemical Injury Information Network

    PO Box 301, White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645
    406.547.2255; fax 406.547.2455;
    CIIN website:

    Tapes are available: $60 for 3 tapes


    For more details, such as speakers, and in HTML, visit EHN's page

    Emily Bender writes about performances
    November 27 and
    December 1 & 2

    Hello there friends, fans and family, I want to let you know about some upcoming performances that I am involved in. I hope you can make it!

    There will be a performance of 20 mins of excerpts from the collaborative theater piece that I direct and co-write. It's a comedy about living with Chemical sensitivites in the lesbian community. Much fun and audience participation involved. If you didn't catch us in 2000, come check us out now! Tues, Nov 27 8 pm at Venue 9, which is on 9th st between Folsom and Howard in SF. Tix are sliding scale $8-$10. CAll 415-289-2000 for info and reservations. Please refrain from wearing any scented products to the show--I guess most of you already know that.

    2. I am singing with a new choir--the Pacific Mozart Ensemble. We will be having our holiday concert the first weekednd of december. It's an exciting concert with a something for everyone. Gabrielli to Merideth Monk and everything in between. Other composers include: Taverner(the modern one) Grieg Poulenc Pearsall Britten Plus a bunch of small group numbers--I am singing in a quartet!

    This is a great group and I think the concert is going to be fabulous. So please come!

    Performances are: Sat December 1, 2001 at 7:30 pm Trinity Episcopal Church Bush at Gough, SF

    Sun December 2, 2001 at 5:00 pm St Marks Episcopal Church Bancroft at Ellsworth, Berkeley

    Tix are $20, 15 for stu/sen Plus we need ushers, and then you can come for free. Let me know if you want to do that. For tix and Info call 415-705-0848.

    Adopted 11/28/01 by California and
    12/12/01 by ANSI

    Cleaner Air and
    California Building Standards

    See In Support of Cleaner Air

    Understanding & Accommodating Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

    DATE: February 20, 2002

    TIME: 10:45 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    PLACE: Independent Living Resource Center
    649 Mission St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105


     Silent Spring Institute's
    Dr. Julia Brody

    Studying the links between the environment and women's health, especially breast cancer.

    Monday, March 11, 2002
    Free, 7:30 pm
    community forum

    Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin
    240 Channing Way
    San Rafael


  • Please write to the FDA in support of EHN's petition.
    Reference Docket Number 99P-1340/CP 1 and e-mail, fax or mail to:

    Email Address --

    FAX Number -- 301.827.6870

    Letters may be mailed to:

    Dockets Management Branch
    The Food and Drug Administration
    Department of Health and Human Services, Rm. 1-23
    12420 Parklawn Dr.
    Rockville, MD 20857

    More information, including analyses of six fragrances, available from

    New Zealand-based scientist
    Dr. Neil Cherry

    From Eyesore to Cancer Source:
    Do antennas deliver more than we bargained for?

    Friday March 22, 2002
    Free, noon-time talk

    Free and open to the public

    California State Building
    455 Golden Gate
    (near Civic Center Bart/Muni)


    Organic Festival
    Santa Barbara, California

    Sept. 14 - 15 at Oak Park, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.


    INMFCM's Walk for Awareness
    Invisible No More -- FMS/CFS-CFIDS/MPS/MCS

    Washington, DC - May 11, 2002

    We have a singer lined up and have Devin Starlanyl, MD and Jacob Teitelbaum, MD among others speaking.

    If you have Fibromyalgia, CFIDS, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity or Myofascial Pain Syndrome, or if you love someone with with any of these disorders, join us. The best bet for recovery is adequate medical care, and while recognition and understanding of these invisible disbilities has improved, much more needs to be done.

    APRIL 2003

    First Annual
    Marin Environmental
    Film Festival

    April 10 at
    7:15 pm
    "Blue Vinyl"
    Film followed by an audience Q&A session with a panel of experts.
    April 12
    at 1 pm
    Shorts Program #1: What's For Dinner?
    April 12
    at 3:45 pm
    Shorts Program #2: Global Warming


    Earth Day, Berkeley, California
    EHN shall be at table number 5 . . . on the
    Farmers' Market side, down from Milvia.
    Come visit us.

    Canceled due to the hall being overbooked for the same date/time.

    California Friends of
    Louisiana French Music (CFLFM)
    (in conjunction with
    Silver Bayou Productions)

    Presents their first North Bay event

    Cajun Jam and Dance
    Petaluma Moose Lodge

    300 English St.
    Petaluma, California
    (directions below)

    Sunday, April 27th, 2 to 6pm
    $5 member, $8 non-member
    Join or Renew your membership and get in FREE!

    Bring your instrument,
    bring your dancing shoes!

    This will be a
    Fragrance-Free Event.
    Do not wear scented products when attending.

    Contact Dwight Shackelford, 707-763-1807 if you have any questions.

    Some of you may not be aware that CFLFM has begun supporting a fragrance-free dance environment.

    Out of consideration for those who are allergic to scented products (and thereİis more than one person), we ask that you refrain from wearing them to the events we sponsor.

    At most of our events we make no attempt to monitor fragrance use. Instead, we rely on a spirit of cooperation, growing out of a recognition that we all share the air.

    However, certain designated events, particularly those held in Petaluma, will be labelled "Fragrance-Free". At these events, there will an expectation that people will be able to attend without a risk to their health. Knowing that most people still need to get used to this fragrance-free idea, and will sometimes forget, there will be no "cop at the door". However, complaints from other attendees will be taken into consideration. We're playing this by ear and want to keep everyone happy, but the eventual goal of the fragrance-free events is for them to be just that, 100% fragrance-free.

    To save any misuderstanding or inconvenience, please do not wear any scented products to an event labeled Fragrance Free. There are unscented versions of any personal hygiene product you might need, and some may be available at the event for your convenience. Thank you for your cooperation.

    Petaluma Moose Lodge
    300 English St.
    Petaluma, CA

    From the North:
    Get on 101 South, exit at Washington St.
    Keep to the right and turn right at the light.
    Go 1.0 mile to the light at Petaluma Blvd.
    Take a left at the light. Go 1 block to Western St. and
    take a right at the light.
    Go 0.4 miles to Baker St. and take a left.İ
    Go 1 block. The Moose Lodge is on the right on the corner.

    From the South:
    Get on 101 North, take the Petaluma Blvd. South Exit.
    Go 2.1 miles to Western St. and take a left at the light.
    Go 0.4 miles to Baker St. and take a left.İ
    Go 1 block. The Moose Lodge is on the right on the corner.
    Canceled due to the hall being overbooked for the same date/time.

    MAY 2003


    Organic Conference and Trade Show
    For All Things Organic

    Austin, Texas Convention Center
    May 14-17, 2003


    OCTOBER 2003

    2nd MCS Conference
    brought to you by CIIN

    Fairfax, VA -- Oct. 3-5, 2003

    On-going Treatment Survey

    CIIN has decided to make a treatment survey into an on-going project. A new survey has been prepared and is available in a print version or as a Microsoft word attachment. Results will be available on CIIN's web site as well as in a paper version. The survey results will be up-dated with every 100 responses.

    If you would like to participate in the survey, send an SASE for a copy of the paper version. For a copy of the email version, send your request by email. "Chemical Injury"

    Please let other MCSers know about the survey. The survey isn't just for CIIN members.--CIIN

    July 12, 2003, 2:30 p.m. - Sunset
    EHN's China Camp State Park
    Fragrance-FREE Potluck Picnic

    July 14, 2003, 6:30 p.m.
    South Bay MCS Group
    First Baptist Church on North California Fragrance-FREE
    Dinner is $10; vegan, organic.
    For more info regarding future events,
    please contact Suzanne at $ (remove dollar sign before using email address)

    The Tomato Effect
    Benefit Party - Silent Auction
    Read all about it!
    Aug 22, 2003, San Francisco, 6-9 p.m., Delancey St. Foundation

    To learn more about the film,The Tomato Effect, visit these links:

    What's that, "The Tomato Effect"?

    About the film

    News and Press

    Newsletter (A coming attraction)

    Donation Information

    Sunday , Nov 9th, 6-9:00 PM

    Hawaiian Music Benefit
    KAHEA-The Hawaiian
    Environmental Alliance

    and the

    Environmental Health
    Network (of California)

    Enjoy an evening of listening and viewing . . .

    Kapalakiko Hawaiian Band
    Kaiaulu Halau Hula
    Kumu Hula Michael Yamashita
    Regina Wells on Ukulele
    Harpist Cecily Bauer
    and Other Special Guests

    Gerald Joseph, Master of Ceremonies

    1317 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, 94702

    Tickets $12 at the door.

    Advance sales start August through Ticketmaster
    (866)468-3399 or

    Keiki welcome, ages 12 and under free

    For environmental action:

    For more info:

    Special Request for Aloha & Kokua:
    Please come "fragrance free"so that people with
    environmental illness may attend.


  • Carolyn Raffensperger
    Director of the Science and Environmental Health Network
    Carolyn Raffensperger is a noted environmental lawyer and
    co-editor of "Protecting Public Health and the Environment:
    Implementing the Precautionary Principle"

    Thursday, January 13, 2005
    7:00 ‚ 9:00 PM p.m.

    Marin Board of Supervisors chambers ‚ Room 330
    3501 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael

    For more information contact:
    Mary O'Mara
       MarinLink: 415.472.0211


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