Celebrating Earth Day Along the Charles River

Contact

Jennifer Lawrence
jlawrence@cambridgema.gov
617-349-4671

Description

As part of the Cambridge Science Festival and to honor Earth Day, the Sasaki Foundation is hosting a panel discussion about the Charles River. The conversation will highlight stewardship of the river, activation of public parks along its banks, and the ecology of the river. Get an update on the Charles River Floating Wetland and the water quality data that has been collected, a look at ways to enliven the river banks, and how we can all contribute to preserving this special asset.

Now that spring has arrived, please join us to celebrate Earth Day with a panel discussion about life along the Charles River. This program is part of the month-long Cambridge Science Festival and one of the quarterly Speaker Series hosted by the Sasaki Foundation.

The conversation will highlight stewardship of the river, activation of public parks along its banks, and the ecology of the river. Get an update on the Charles River Floating Wetland and the water quality data that has been collected, a look at ways to enliven the river banks, and how we can all contribute to preserving this special asset.

Join us for a virtual panel discussion highlighting this important topic.

Panelists:

  • Laura Jasinski, Charles River Conservancy
  • Jennifer Lawrence, City of Cambridge
  • Nick Nelson, Interfluve
  • Cambridge Rindge and Latin student participating in the EF Glocal Challenge
  • Travis Mazerall, Sasaki (moderator)

Schedule:

  • 5:30 - 5:35pm - Welcome + introductions
  • 5:35 - 6:15pm - Panelist discussions
  • 6:15 - 6:30pm - Q&A + closing remarks

Register here.

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