Keynoter David Orr, filmmaker Jeremy Seifert and alumni award winner Ryan Stockwell provided just a few of the many highlights at this year’s Green Innovations Symposium, presented by the Environmental Management and Business Institute. It was a busy three days for organizers and attendees, who explored this year’s theme of “Urban Agriculture and Community Sustainability” through a variety of discussions and events April 22-24. The annual conference also included the 10th annual Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program Student Watershed Symposium which drew nearly 100 students and teachers from area high schools, in addition to other attendees. Great photos and story.
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