Beginning May 22nd, join Webster University Sustainability Wednesdays from 12pm-1pm 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 26th, 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 into the raffle for each session attended.
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.
The presenting sponsor of the event is Automatic Control Equipment Systems, Inc. The participating sponsors are Metro Electric and Cyrano’s Café.
The speakers are as follows:
May 22 - The Landscape of STL Urban AgricultureDrew Hundelt, Urban HarvestMay 29 – The Inner Workings of Electronic WasteKellie Reynolds, Midwest Recycling CenterJune 5 - Energy Efficiency Tips & TricksPaul Englert, Spire & Adam Rustige, ACESJune 12 - Equitable & Sustainable TransportationMickey Croyle, League of Women VotersJune 19 - Sustainability on a Regional ScaleAaron Young, OneSTL & East-West Gateway Council of GovernmentsJune 26 -- Pollinators & Citizen ScienceDr. Nicole Miller-Struttmann, Webster University
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
101 Edgar Road, 63119