For its “Plants and Pints” series, Wabash College will deliver public lectures and discussion around themes related to innovation and plant-based science. At this event, Dr. Heather Reynolds, an ecologist at Indiana University, and the Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse Fellows will lead an informal conversation about the opportunities and challenges of greening cities. The talk takes place at the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County, which celebrates the community’s history and culture in the former Carnegie Library.
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For more information, contact Sara Drury at email@example.com.
This program received funding from a Quantum Leap Grant.