Located in the Bayer Lecture Theatre (lower level of the Living World, north side of campus).
Presentations are approximately 30 minutes.
Advanced registration encouraged.
||Wolves and Wildlife
Joshua Sydney-Smith and Jeremy Martin, Saint Louis Zoo
Receive an update on the Saint Louis Zoo’s American red wolf pack that lives at the Sears Lehmann, Jr. Wildlife Reserve in Franklin County. Hear how the wolves are using their BRAND-NEW facility, along with an overview of the 355-acre property and how the Zoo is helping native Missouri wildlife through habitat preservation and improvements.
||Mosquito Alert STL – Join the Swat Team!
Jean Ponzi, Missouri Botanical Garden
St. Louis is the first U.S. city using the mobile app Mosquito Alert, a global citizen science tool to help ecologically control the bugs and diseases they can transmit. Protect yourself—while protecting pollinators!
||Know Your Zone: Making Informed Decisions to Safeguard Against Flooding
Bess McCoy, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD)
Did you know that everyone in St. Louis lives in a flood zone? Learn from MSD Project Clear about the escalating issue of overland flooding and find out what steps you can take to protect your property from these unforeseen disasters. Remember our mantra: “If it rains where you live, it can flood where you live.”
||Energy Efficiency: Bringing Comfort and Health Home
Richard Reilly, Missouri Botanical Garden
Learn how energy audits can help improve comfort, indoor air quality, and save money in the process by showing you where smart investments can be found.