“Environmental History,
St Louis and Beyond”

Schedule

“Environmental History, 
St Louis and Beyond” The Speaker Series at a Glance
“Environmental History, 
St Louis and Beyond” The Speaker Series at a Glance

The grid above is a summary of the speaker series. For more information on the speakers, the presentations, date and time, historical society, venue or address, see the appropriate page. For a printable copy of the schedule summary, see the back side of the flyer below, download it and print it.

April 17, Tuesday, 7:00 pm at Wildwood Historical Society
Presentation on “St Louis’ Radioactive Legacy” by Ed Smith
April 25, Wednesday, 7:00 pm at Old Trails Historical Society
in Manchester-Ballwin
Presentation on “Historical Perspectives of Climate Change” by David Henry
April 26, Thursday, 7:00 pm at Historical Society of University City
“A History of Environmental Issues in St. Louis and Missouri” by Don Corrigan
May 5, Saturday, 1:30 pm at Carondelet Historical Society
Presentation on “A Brief History of Landscape Architecture in St. Louis” by Esley Hamilton
May 15, Tuesday, 7:00 pm at Webster Groves Historical Society
Presentation on “The Mighty Mississippi: Sustaining Life in the Confluence Region” by David Lobbig
May 16, Wednesday, 7:00 pm at Missouri History Museum
Panel discussion on “Environmental History, St Louis and Beyond”
May 17, Thursday, 7:00 pm at Sappington-Concord Historical Society
Presentation on “The Secret History of St. Louis’ Weather and What We Can Learn From It” by Andrew Hurley
May 23, Wednesday, 7:00 pm at Clayton Historical Society
Presentation on “Blessing or Boondoggle? A Historical Perspective on the Biofuel Debate” by Jeff Manuel
May 24, Thursday, 7:00 pm at Missouri History Museum
Capstone speaker, Dr Adam Rome on “The Genius of Earth Day”

 

 

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