March for Science with the Wolf Conservation Center
A March for Science is a March for Wolves!
As citizens of the 21st century, our nation and world are at a crossroads when it comes to ensuring the future sustainability of our air, water, wild lands and wildlife for future generations. Our nation’s future relies on a well-educated public to be wise stewards of the very environment that sustains us – now and for future generations. The recent efforts to constrain and muzzle scientific research and shroud well-established scientific ideas in “uncertainty,” signals a dark turning point that is sure to touch us all.
This Earth Day on April 22nd, we will march on behalf of wolves, wildlife, wild lands and water. We will march for the Endangered Species Act. We will march for our children. Tomorrow’s leaders need to be equipped for tomorrow’s challenges. If we allow science to be silenced, we fail ourselves – now and for future generations. Learn more.
If you’re interested in joining the WCC, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The march will kick off with a rally on Central Park West at 62nd St at 10:30 am. The rally is expected to last one hour. Once the rally is over, it will be time for all New Yorkers to proudly march together showing their love and support for science!
The march route will encompass Central Park West from 72nd St, proceed to Broadway via Columbus Circle, and finish at 52nd St & Broadway. If you haven’t registered, please do so here (http://donyc.com/marchforscience) so organizers will be able to expand the route if needed, before April 22.
Entry and exit points
All marchers will need to enter Central Park West from the west side. You will not be able to enter from Central Park. Once you are on Central Park West, if you would like to leave the march and go into Central Park, you will be able to. You just aren’t able to (re)enter coming from the park. Not all side streets will give marchers access to Central Park West, so please enter from Columbus Ave or Broadway via 61st, 64th, 68th, and 72nd streets. As our crowds grow in size, the NYPD will begin to close off southern entrances, beginning with 61st St, and will continue to close them moving north as needed. There will be volunteers out on Broadway to help you know where to go.
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Science March Signs to Download!
These posters will be powerful long after the march ends. Download them for free. (18 x 24 inches)
Questions? Feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com
Not able to get to NYC? Learn about the other 480 Satellite Marches!
March in Style!
Get your own super soft "PEACE, LOVE, SCIENCE, and WOLVES!" hoodie. Shop here.
Show your support for the Endangered Species Act with a "Don't Sink the Ark" t-shirt! Shop here.