Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails held its first “Breathe Fest” event to celebrate sustainability in the Sacramento region by showcasing the positive connections between active transportation, buying, eating, and shopping local, and our region’s air quality. The event was held at the Sacramento Railyards on May 11 where Supervisor Serna was among five local leaders honored to receive a Clean Air Champions Award.
2017 Clean Air Champions:
- Leadership Award – Lori Lewis, Natomas Unified School District
- Leadership Award – Supervisor Phil Serna
- Sustainability Award – California State University
- Education and Outreach Award – Turner Construction
- Breathe California Legacy Award – Larry Greene
Visit Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails for more information about the 2017 Clean Air Champions.