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Join Us for Kansas WEALTH Day 2019 - RSVP today!

7 months ago | Jan 25, 2019

Kansas WEALTH Day brings together

organizations, advocates, and legislators

to connect on Water, Energy, Air, Land, Transportation, and Health -

Kansas WEALTH!  

Kansans from across the state come together to learn about and advocate for WEALTH policies at the Statehouse.

  • Get up-to-date on current WEALTH policy priorities in Kansas

  • Visit the Solutions Showcase to learn from leading Kansas organizations

  • Join the Interfaith Climate Vigil

  • Enjoy a local foods luncheon (registration required)

  • Sample new ideas at the Cookies & Conservation Conversation

  • Meet with your legislators   




WEALTH day is made possible by our event hosts and sponsors.  As a sponsor you have the option to exhibit at a booth during the Solutions Showcase, and/or make a financial contribution to help cover the Local Foods Luncheon and the Cookies & Conservation Conversation.  If your organization would like to sponsor the event and/or become an exhibitor, please fill out the Sponsor Registration form.  


Stay informed, and get prepared for WEALTH Day with our weekly CEP LIVE on Facebook series highlighting WEALTH Policy, Civic Engagement & YOU! On Tuesdays at 2:00.

To see the schedule of our upcoming guests, visit our CEP LIVE calendar. You can watch all our previous interviews, including:

League of Women Voters Kansas featuring Cille King

Clean Energy Business Council featuring Jessica Lucas

You can also find valuable policy on the Kansas Rural Center's Policy Watch.

WEALTH Day is a collaborative effort. Event hosts include Climate + Energy Project, Kansas Rural Center, Kansas Interfaith Action, Kansas Natural Resource Council, Kansas City Chapter NAACP,  Grassland Heritage Foundation, Friends of the Kaw, and the Metropolitan Energy Center. For information about becoming a WEALTH Partner, email Rachel Myslivy -


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