Join Webster University Sustainability and Butterfly Energy Works on Wednesdays during the summer months beginning May 31st from 12pm-1pm to learn about strategies and solutions being created and used right here in our local community to improve environmental, social and economic sustainability. The first session will feature Wayne Garver, president of the Gateway Electric Vehicle Club.
The lunch lectures include a free lunch and free opportunity to learn from a local environmental sustainability champion. After the final session on August 2nd, attendees will be entered into a drawing to win a Rolling Ridge Nursery gift card! Attendees will receive an entry for each session attended.
Parking is available in Garden Park Plaza parking garage. For more information contact Kelsey Wingo at email@example.com or by phone at 314-246-8611.
For the second year, Webster University Sustainability and Butterfly Energy Works are providing a weekly summer lunch and learn series featuring local organizations exploring sustainability issues and working toward solutions. This year’s theme for the series is “Sustainability: Connecting the Dots” and, as it says, we hope to provide connection between the many categories, issues and topics that make up the vast world of sustainability. The goal of the series is to provide space where people from all walks of life and all corners of our great community can gather for dynamic and interactive conversations about being or becoming “green”.