September 11th marked the University of Minnesota Duluth Activities fair. Hundreds of college students visited the CFACT booth, and the response was amazing. Over one hundred students signed up to be a part of the club, and many more expressed their concerns about the environment.
CFACT’s unique message of using the free market system instead of government regulation resonated with students, and many shared our believe that personal responsibility, instead of government intervention, is the best way for us to face environmental challenges.
The University of Minnesota Duluth CFACT chapter will have its first general body meeting on September 16th, and club leadership is excited to get to know the new members of the club.