This Earth Day, April 22nd, Western New Yorkers will March in Buffalo alongside the National March for Science in DC to protect our health, environment, education, and safety. The Buffalo March for Science begins at 1:00 PM at Soldier’s circle and follows Lincoln Parkway to a rally and science festival in Delaware Park ending at 3:30 PM.

We are excited to announce our rally speakers will include Dr. Gale Bernstein, the Commissioner of The Erie County Department of Health, Dr. Liesl Folks, the Dean of the University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Dr. Joseph Gardella, a SUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, and Gina O’Kussick, a Buffalo Public Schools Teacher for 12 years.

The science festival will also feature community groups such as the New York Public Interest Research Group, Out in STEM, Science Teacher’s Association of New York State, Sierra Club Western New York, Buffalo Women in STEMM, Buffalo-area Engineering Awareness for Minorities, and many more.

Join us before the March on April 20th for Benefit Concert and Science Poster Art Auction at Stamps…the Bar on 98 Main Street in Tonawanda at 6pm.

In the event of adverse weather the rally and science festival will take place in the Assembly Hall in Campbell Student Union on the Buffalo State College Campus.

For more information on speakers, supporting organizations, and plans for the March visit Questions can be directed to [email protected].