Green City, Green Planet – The Crucial Issue of Water in L.A. – Forum Thur 1/24/19 from 6 to 8pm at Silver Lake Library

DATE AND TIME
Thur. 1/24/19 from 6 to 8pm
LOCATION:
Silver Lake Library
2411 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles 90039
FEE:  Free
ABOUT:
The first in a series of four talks presented by the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council Green Committee and the Silver Lake Public Library. We’ll cover climate change, habitat restoration, and biodiversity in Silver Lake and beyond.

Panel for this event is on:
“Green City – Green Planet: The Crucial Issue of Water in LA, Greywater,
and Landscape: the Impact on Water Infrastructure with:

Samantha Bode* – Producer/Director, The Longest Straw Documentary
          Where Does Our Water Come From?

Leigh Jerrard – Principal, Greywater Corps
             Greywater: From House to Garden

Mia Lehrer – Landscape Architect, President, Studio-MLA
             Landscape: The Impact on Water Infrastructure

*The Longest Straw,

New Urbanism Film Festival 2017 - Saturday Oct. 21 (Day 3)

Filmmaker and L.A. Eco-Village member Samantha Bode’s (left) film of her 65-day trek along the 338-mile route of the Los Angeles aqueduct from the Mono Basin and Owens Valley, garnered the Best Healthy Cities Film award for its on-ground investigation of the people and places affected by the aqueduct in the 2017 New Urbanism Film Festival.

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