Beginning May 30, join Webster University Sustainability, Wednesdays from 12 p.m.-1 p.m., this summer to learn about the types of impact small, local actions can have toward a more sustainable future for all.
These events are FREE and open to the public with box lunches provided. After the final session on June 26, attendees will be entered into a drawing to win a free copy of Missouri Harvest: A Guide to Growers and Producers in the Show-Me State. Attendees will receive an entry in to the raffle for each session attended.
Read more about the event and speaker line-up below.
All sessions will take place on Webster University’s home campus in Webster Groves in the Emerson Library Conference Room. Parking is available in the Garden Park Plaza parking garage.
Topics this year range from local agriculture and food insecurity, to how voting can improve equitable transportation options, to the impact of citizen science.
Webster University Sustainability strives to improve campus and community sustainability through education, outreach, engagement, and sustainable operations. The drive to become a more sustainable campus was a priority for President Stroble upon her arrival in 2009. Since then the university community has undertaken significant steps to reduce our impact on the environment, improve campus engagement for sustainability, and support long-term fiscal and community health.
For more information on the series, visit webster.edu/sustainability. To register CLICK HERE.
The presenting sponsor of the event is Automatic Control Equipment Systems, Inc. The participating sponsor is Cyrano’s Café.