Crew Spotlight: Earth Guardians Polk County Mulberry Florida


Bryana Burnham, the leader of this Crew, has recently been selected as the winner of the ReThink Energy of Florida Youth Award. She has been hard at work for her community, trying to file a lawsuit against the Board of County Commissioners and other State Reps in their district for failing to act on climate change and putting their health at risk. 

Last month she gave a speech on the harmful effects of phosphate mining at a Planning Commission hearing in DeSoto County Florida. Below is what she said. 


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