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Water Management and Its Ecological Health and Societal Impacts

November 3 • Panel Discussion

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Add to Calendar 2021-11-03 18:00:00 2021-11-03 20:00:00 Water Management and Its Ecological Health and Societal Impacts   Loyola University New Orleans Environment Program and Department of Biological Sciences in conjunction with the Louisiana Master Naturalists of Greater New Orleans invite you to a Panel Discussion, “Water Management and its Ecological Health, and Societal Impacts” this Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 6pm in Nunemaker Hall (3rd floor) Monroe Hall on the beautiful Loyola New Orleans campus (Calhoun St. between Loyola Ave. and Marquette Pl.).  We have invited successful and inspiring leaders from our community to discuss the role their organization plays in stormwater management utilizing innovative approaches to solving environmental water issues so that we can all learn how to reduce our impact and sustainably embrace living with water.  We hope to see you Wednesday in person or on our Loyola New Orleans YouTube channel https://youtu.be/bVYH8vjKoAU. Monroe Hall 3rd Floor Nunemaker Auditorium Dr. Amiée Thomas akthomas@loyno.edu America/Chicago public

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Monroe Hall 3rd Floor

Nunemaker Auditorium

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Free

 

Loyola University New Orleans Environment Program and Department of Biological Sciences in conjunction with the Louisiana Master Naturalists of Greater New Orleans invite you to a Panel Discussion, “Water Management and its Ecological Health, and Societal Impacts” this Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 6pm in Nunemaker Hall (3rd floor) Monroe Hall on the beautiful Loyola New Orleans campus (Calhoun St. between Loyola Ave. and Marquette Pl.).  We have invited successful and inspiring leaders from our community to discuss the role their organization plays in stormwater management utilizing innovative approaches to solving environmental water issues so that we can all learn how to reduce our impact and sustainably embrace living with water.  We hope to see you Wednesday in person or on our Loyola New Orleans YouTube channel https://youtu.be/bVYH8vjKoAU.

Event Type

College of Arts and Sciences
Environmental

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Add to Calendar 2021-11-03 18:00:00 2021-11-03 20:00:00 Water Management and Its Ecological Health and Societal Impacts   Loyola University New Orleans Environment Program and Department of Biological Sciences in conjunction with the Louisiana Master Naturalists of Greater New Orleans invite you to a Panel Discussion, “Water Management and its Ecological Health, and Societal Impacts” this Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 6pm in Nunemaker Hall (3rd floor) Monroe Hall on the beautiful Loyola New Orleans campus (Calhoun St. between Loyola Ave. and Marquette Pl.).  We have invited successful and inspiring leaders from our community to discuss the role their organization plays in stormwater management utilizing innovative approaches to solving environmental water issues so that we can all learn how to reduce our impact and sustainably embrace living with water.  We hope to see you Wednesday in person or on our Loyola New Orleans YouTube channel https://youtu.be/bVYH8vjKoAU. Monroe Hall 3rd Floor Nunemaker Auditorium Dr. Amiée Thomas akthomas@loyno.edu America/Chicago public

Departments

Biological Sciences
Environment