Join us Friday, February 13, from 4:30-6:30pm, at the intersection of Donald Ross and Central Ave in Palm Beach Gardens to protest the destruction of the Briger Forest and help save it from the corporate interests who fail to see its value and beauty.
This 681 acres is home to several threatened and endangered species, including the gopher tortoise and snowy egret. It is slated to become home to more strips malls, more residential units and a biotech city complete with animal testing labs.
The last thing South Florida needs is more strip malls, more sprawl, more concrete! We need green space, shade, trees and wildlife before it is all gone.
**If you have children or have access needs please let us know, and
we can try to either arrange a shuttle for you or have childcare available onsite to watch your kids while you park! Also, if you have small children, a stroller or sling is encouraged for the march.**
- From I-95, go east.
- Make a left (north) onto Central Blvd.
- At the roundabout follow the signs to Main Street. Public parking is plentiful a little ways down.
(We do not recommend parking at the Walgreens or on private property.)
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on Thursday, February 12, 2015 at 5:11PM