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Our Land Roc Earth Day celebration 

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Our Land Roc, a coalition of more than 30 neighborhood, community, and activist groups, organized an Earth Day celebration at Parcel 5. The event included music from Claude Bennington's Fever Dream, some informational tables from coalition members, and a couple of hands-on gardening demonstrations. The coalition started the event with a press conference calling on the city to use a more collaborative approach to development and for it to emphasize affordable and environmentally sustainable housing.
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PHOTO BY RENÉE HEININGER
The Our Land Roc coalition started off its Earth Day event with a press conference calling on the city to use a more collaborative approach to development and for it to emphasize affordable and environmentally sustainable housing. The group listed off five changes they want the city to make.
PHOTO BY RENÉE HEININGER
Claude Bennington's Fever Dream played for the latter half of the Earth Day celebration at Parcel 5.
PHOTO BY RENÉE HEININGER
Claude Bennington's Fever Dream played for the latter half of the Earth Day celebration at Parcel 5.
PHOTO BY RENÉE HEININGER
Our Land Roc's Earth Day celebration at Parcel 5.
PHOTO BY RENÉE HEININGER
Our Land Roc's Earth Day celebration at Parcel 5.
PHOTO BY RENÉE HEININGER
Our Land Roc's Earth Day celebration at Parcel 5.
PHOTO BY RENÉE HEININGER
Our Land Roc's Earth Day celebration at Parcel 5.
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The Our Land Roc coalition started off its Earth Day event with a press conference calling on the city to use a more collaborative approach to development and for it to emphasize affordable and environmentally sustainable housing. The group listed off five changes they want the city to make.

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