June is always one of our favorite months of the year. Not only does our annual Summer Education & Outreach Tour start to hit its stride, but we are fortunate to have an incredibly high-profile presence at one of the largest music festivals in the world: Bonnaroo.

In this edition you’ll also read about our latest work to expand federal wilderness protection in Colorado’s central mountains around the Continental Divide and we’ll give you an update on EPA’s attempt to historically reform protections for wetlands and waterways under the Clean Water Act. Meanwhile, we’re happy to announce that we are partnering with Movement Music Records by helping to distribute their new Buy This Fracking Record double CD; you can also read about one of our hardworking, regular volunteers in the Volunteer Jam & Highlight, and find out how you can help save the bees in our monthly Key of Green article. If you have plans to hit any festivals, you should definitely check out our Discount Festival Tickets for RtE members. We round out this issue with a What Rocks Your Earth interview with Chloe Smith from Rising Appalachia.

Summer’s here and the time is right for dancin’ in the streets!