Growing Pollution and Its Impact on Water Quality
Saturday, March 21st, 1:00 PM
Hosted by: Davenport’s West High School’s Ecology Club at Davenport West High Auditorium – 3505 West Locust Street, Davenport, Iowa.
FREE & Open to the public.
The local environmental community will mark International Water Day with a panel of experts who will address the various challenges run-off pollution presents to water quality in Iowa and the Midwest and why we need to become better stewards of this resource.
Expert panel includes: Iowa American Water President, Randy Moore; Des Moines Waterworks CEO, Bill Stowe; Organic Farmer and Soil Scientist, Francis Thicke; DNR Research Geologist, Mary Skopec; Iowa Agriculture Water Alliance Executive Director, Sean McMahon.
This program is offered through Eastern Iowa Community College’s SCENE program and Progressive Action for the Common Good.
Supporting Environmental Groups: 1Mississippi, QC Audubon Society, Iowa CCI, League of Conservation Voters, River Action & the Eagle View Group Sierra Club.
For information contact Mark Aronson: firstname.lastname@example.org or Anne Corbi: email@example.com