Conservation activist to speak at UW-Green Bay March 29
Liz Titus Putnam, the founder of the Student Conservation Association, will speak on Tuesday, March 29 at 7 p.m. in Phoenix Room B. Titus Putnam’s talk, “Environmental Conservation and Youth Civic Engagement,” focuses on the significance of building the next generation of conservation leaders. The presentation is free and open to the public. She will also guest lecture in two classes during her visit. Titus Putnam, who was awarded a 2010 Presidential Citizens Medal, founded the Student Conservation Association, the country’s first and now largest youth volunteer and environmental conservation organization. For more information contact the Office of Student Life at (920) 465-2720 or visit their website.