Earth Day Speaker Series

11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Central Library
Van Deusen Room

Event Details

Earth Day is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a community to recognize and protect our beautiful planet. As part of the Bronson Park Earth Day Celebration (www.facebook.com/KalamazooEarthDay/), an event organized by the Kalamazoo Earth Day Committee and supported by the Kalamazoo Public Library, the Kalamazoo Nature Center, the City of Kalamazoo, and the Western Michigan University Climate Change Working Group, and more, KPL will host a thought provoking and inspiring speaker series in our Van Deusen community room during the afternoon. 

Schedule: 

11:00 am - Orchestra Rouh

noon - Pat Crowley (Kalamazoo County Drain Commissioner) - Water and People; Connections and Lessons from Spring 2018

1:00 pm - Walker Modic (Bell's Brewery) - Water Conservation at Bell's Brewery

2:00 pm - Karen Trumbull (Save MI Water) - Creating a movement of Water Justice in Michigan: Nestle, Flint, and more!

3:00 pm - David Karowe (WMU) - Effects of Climate Change on the Great Lakes Region

4:00 pm - Mark Lee (Better World Builders) - Water Conservation Tips Anyone Can Use!

David Benac (WMU) - Opening/closing remarks - Host


Event Type(s): Adult
Age Group(s): adults