Lewis Ginter's Green Tonic Symposium is two weeks from tomorrow and there is still room available for those who would like to attend. This symposium is the brainchild of those within Lewis Ginter who feel strongly about the need for urban projects that support the well being of the environment and urban landscape as well as those who live and work within that landscape. Some of you may have been fortunate enough to see Linden Miller speak this past fall. Miller has been working for decades rehabilitating, rejuvenating and revitalizing large portions of New York City's Central Park. The result has been the rebirth of the park as a tourist destination, and countless moments of respite for New York City residents.
If you are interested in learning about fabulous from-the-ground-up projects in other cities, such as Philadelphia's "Philadelphia Green" and about what is being done and what could be done in our own city, you should register for this two day series of tours, lectures, workshops, and meals shared with others who share your interest in these issues.
Here is the latest schedule. This schedule includes information on each of the speakers and some of the amazing work each is doing in their own city. For Registraton information see my July 3rd post or go to Lewis Ginter's website Here.