How trees can help cope with floods and climate disasters

Does a lack of sufficient trees in neighborhoods of color reflect?

Topic: Flood Discussion September 27, 2023 (Trees, Floods and Climate Change)
Time: Wed September 27, 2023 07:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Participate: Join the Zoom Meeting

  1. At our Flood Discussion of Wed Sept 27 Rebecca Hankins will cover “What Do Trees Have To Do with the Climate Crisis, Flooding, and Heat Islands?” She is the Partnership Manager of Forest ReLeaf of Missouri which is dedicated to “Planting Trees, Enriching Communities.”
    You can find out about Forest ReLeaf at:

    Rebecca was interviewed for this Riverfront Times article about extreme heat in STL.

    IF YOU PLAN TO JOIN US, please send your answer to this question:
    a. Would you rather hug a bag of cement? or
    b. Would you rather hug a tree?

  2. Can U join us at 3:30 pm Tues Oct 3 when we make a presentation on the Pervious Surface Bill to the Stormwater Commission?
    Meet us at the U City Community Center, 975 Pennsylvania.

  3. Let me know if you can help do research for the Flood Task Force.

  4. Let me know if you would like to receive a history of the Flood Task Force of the University Heights Assoc. which sponsors these discussions.

Let me know if you do not wish to receive additional invitations to flood discussions.

Don Fitz, [email protected]

  • September 27, 2023 at 7:30pm – 9:30pm

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  • david doonan
    published this page in Calendar 2023-09-26 14:04:31 -0400