Our own Michael Kraft was the keynote speaker for Stevens Point’s ‘Sustainability in the Small City’ workshop, held Wednesday (April 18) at UW-Stevens Point. The key to sustainability, he said, is “the meeting of current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” To meet those needs, Kraft said, community leaders have to work together to at once remain economically viable and environmentally friendly. A story on the event ran in central Wisconsin newspapers, including the Marshfield News-Herald. Read it here.
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