Spend your lunch hour getting an educational dish of presentations on ecospace at the Louisville Sustainability Forum this Wednesday (July 6th). The three presentations may be viewed at The Passionist Earth & Spirit Center (behind St. Agnes, 1924 Newburg Rd.) from noon to 1:45 pm.
The featured presentation, "Competing Conceptions of Natural Resources and Ecospace Egalitarianism", will be given by Avery Kolers, Professor of Philosophy at University of Louisville.
Susan Olson, of 15Thousand Farmers, will also give a small presentation on making RainStations and rainbarrels in the urban space (however limited) a Louisvillian might have to utilize.
Lastly, Five Fun Guys will present a spiel related to their mission to repurpose coffee grounds, brewery spent grain, and wood waste into locally cultivated gourmet and medicinal mushrooms.
Photo Courtesy of Louisville Sustainability Forum.
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