September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Marcia Coles Community Room
3133 E Newberry Blvd
Milwaukee, WI 53211

Milwaukee never makes it onto lists of “green” or environmentally-friendly cities. This presentation will make the case that it should. Milwaukee has resources and natural assets that ought to be considered world-class. What we need are more people who believe in them and want to make the case. Come hear why Milwaukee compares well with cities like Portland, OR that do regularly make the list of “green” cities.

Eddee Daniel is a Milwaukee-based photographer and writer. His work explores the intersection of nature and human culture. A graduate of U.W.—Madison and UWM, he brings to his current practice over 30 years of experience teaching art and writing about nature. He is the author of Urban Wilderness: Exploring a Metropolitan Watershed, a visual and narrative tribute to Milwaukee’s Menomonee River. Eddee serves on the boards of Preserve Our Parks and the Friends of the Hank Aaron State Trail. He writes a column for Milwaukee Magazine called Urban Wilderness. Website: www.eddeedaniel.com