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Water Lifecycle is Topic of Final 2018 Sustainable Ann Arbor Forum

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April 12, 2018 - ​Join the conversation about sustainability in Ann Arbor! The City of Ann Arbor and the Ann Arbor District Library are presenting the fourth and final forum of the 2018 Sustainable Ann Arbor series on Thursday, April 19, 7–8:30 p.m.

This forum will explore the lifecycle of water in Ann Arbor. The fun and informative evening will include a video about extreme storms in Ann Arbor, presentations from experts in the field and those in attendance can participate in a Jeopardy-style water trivia game with prizes. The forum takes place at the AADL Downtown Branch, 343 S. Fifth Ave.

Now in its seventh year, Sustainable Ann Arbor forums bring together a think tank of local stakeholders, including community organizations, local government staff, businesses and residents, each month, January through April, to discuss local sustainability efforts and challenges in our community. The forums offer an opportunity to learn more about sustainability in the community and tips for actions that residents can take to live more sustainably. Details of this series are also posted online at www.a2gov.org/forums

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Contact Information

Emily Drennen
Sustainability Associate
734.794.6430 ext. 43726
edrennen@a2gov.org


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