Rob Kanter

Environmental Almanac - January 17, 2019

All Welcome at Presentations on Waterway Health in Vermilion River Sysem

What do rain gardens, agriculture, and coal-burning power plants have in common? They all connect us with local waterways, which in turn connect us to the wider world. Presentations in the "All Connected" series at the University of Illinois this spring will explore how.


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