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February, 2021

Monday
1
Zoom call.
If you are a regular participant, you will receive a link.
11:30 AM
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The shutdown of global supply chains due to the Covid-19 pandemic brought to the fore an issue with the high level of global economic interdependence: what happens when one country is the main source for an item, say face masks, and then can no longer supply the item? Countries suddenly unable to meet the demand for certain supplies are faced with growing calls for economic nationalism. What are some of the lasting effects that the pandemic could have on global supply chains and trade? How would this affect national security?
Friday
5
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Join this Legislative Action Committee (LAC) meeting to learn about how to track ongoing legislation in our Capitol Watch system. This training is recommended for all folks serving on the LAC.
Monday
8
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For our February 2021 meeting the Education Team will have invited guest Todd Lambert, Interim Superintendent of the Poudre School District, join our conversation about how the District is responding to the needs of students and teachers during the pandemic.

The Education Team continues to explore the impacts of COVID19 on education locally, regionally, and nationally within the frame of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We invite League members who are interested in education in our PreK through 12th grade schools as well as higher education to join in our conversations. Our meetings are open to the public, are held online, and require registration to receive the Zoom link. Please click the REGISTER NOW button on this page to begin the process.
Monday
8
Zoom - Register for the meeting to receive the meeting confirmation with the Zoom access link.
7:00 PM
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Pollinators are vital to our food production, and their survival is in trouble. Habitat loss, climate change, pesticides and disease are some factors leading to their decline. Your home and garden are big opportunities for you to be part of a state-wide solution for pollinator protection. We will focus our efforts with the People and Pollinator Action Network through Education & Collaboration while Advocating for our Pollinators through public policy. Speakers: Joyce Kennedy is the chief coordinator of People and Pollinators Action Network (PPAN). Desneige Hallbert Sodano is a landscape designer and urban planner in Fort Collins with Norris Design, who is passionate about protecting and promoting pollinators in her work. Open to the public. Use the REGISTER NOW button on the right to receive the zoom link.
Monday
8
Zoom - Register for the meeting to receive the meeting confirmation with the Zoom access link.
7:00 PM
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Pollinators are vital to our food production, and their survival is in trouble. Habitat loss, climate change, pesticides and disease are some factors leading to their decline. Your home and garden are big opportunities for you to be part of a state-wide solution for pollinator protection. We will focus our efforts with the People and Pollinator Action Network through Education & Collaboration while Advocating for our Pollinators through public policy. Speakers: Joyce Kennedy is the chief coordinator of People and Pollinators Action Network (PPAN). Desneige Hallbert Sodano is a landscape designer and urban planner in Fort Collins with Norris Design, who is passionate about protecting and promoting pollinators in her work. Open to the public. Use the REGISTER NOW button on the right to receive the zoom link.
Tuesday
9
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same as title
Tuesday
9
Zoom
2:00 PM
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Team meeting
Tuesday
9
Zoom Meeting
6:30 PM
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This team meets on the second Tuesday of the month. Non League members welcome, contact Barb Hansen.
Tuesday
9
Zoom
7:00 PM
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Team Meeting
Wednesday
10
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“Pollan’s deeply researched chronicle will enlighten those who think of psychedelics chiefly as a kind of punchline to a joke about the Woodstock generation and hearten the growing number who view them as a potential antidote to our often stubbornly narrow minds....engaging and informative.”—Boston Globe
Wednesday
10
This discussion will be held on a Zoom call. Please register to receive the link.
6:30 PM
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“Pollan’s deeply researched chronicle will enlighten those who think of psychedelics chiefly as a kind of punchline to a joke about the Woodstock generation and hearten the growing number who view them as a potential antidote to our often stubbornly narrow minds....engaging and informative.”—Boston Globe
Thursday
11
Zoom Meeting
Team members will receive Zoom link
Visitors, please email Sue Taigman for Zo
11:30 AM
Thursday
11
Zoom. Please register using the REGISTER NOW button on the right to receive the Zoom link for this
1:30 PM
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Jeff Feneis, Executive Director of the Loveland Housing Authority, will share their future plans. Following him will be a discussion of the team‘s April meeting on mobile homes. Registration is required to receive the Zoom link. Use the REGISTER NOW button on the right. The public is welcome at attend this meeting.
Thursday
11
Tuesday
16
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!
Tuesday
16
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon registration
5:30 PM
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Rep. Chris Kennedy will discuss his upcoming bill on ranked choice voting, and Marcus Ogren will provide information on three other methods of alternative voting, including star.
Wednesday
17
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2021 will mark the start of the 117th session of congress and a new executive administration. In this webinar we will be sharing the legislative priorities and planned work for this session of congress, and how you can get involved as a League Member. This webinar is open to all, and would be especially beneficial for League advocacy chairs.
Wednesday
17
Zoom - Please register using the Register Now button on the right to receive the Zoom access informa
7:00 PM
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Calling all LWVLC members who live in Loveland, Berthoud, Johnstown and the surrounds to attend the February meeting of the South Larimer Discussion Group! We are reorganizing and will be brainstorming topics pertinent to the County‘s southern cities that we want to explore in the upcoming months. Please attend and contribute to the discussion. We would love to have new South County members!
Please login to this website as a LWVLC member to register for the meeting and receive the Zoom access link.
Thursday
18
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Team leaders and the Administration Team members will continue our discussion of how the our local league will move our action plans forward the coming year.
Friday
19
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The Legislative Action Committee‘s first regular meeting is scheduled for Feb. 19 at 9:00am. All interested volunteers and observers are encouraged to attend. The committee will be discussing ongoing legislation and determining the League‘s response to each bill. Following this meeting, the LAC will meet bi-weekly on Friday‘s at 9:00am.
Tuesday
23
Zoom link provided in registration confirmation email.
5:30 PM
Wednesday
24
The series will be offered through Zoom. Please see your confirmation email for the Zoom information
Wednesday
24
Zoom - Please register using the Register Now button on the right to receive the Zoom access link in
10:00 AM
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This is a monthly meeting of the Plastics group. They will be discussing the current status of addressing this environmental issue.
Saturday
27