The Missouri Botanical Garden's mission is driven by the need to protect and conserve plants and their ecosystems. Significant resources are invested in developing and sharing new discoveries in plant science and using that knowledge to help manage those ecosystems here and around the world. However, plants and their ecosystems continue to be negatively impacted by unchecked development, waste and pollution. Inspiring and educating all members of our local region about the benefits of being good environmental stewards through responsible use of natural resources and establishing sustainable communities locally is vital to achieving the Garden's mission.
Photos by Ardy Badakhshanian | Student Baruk Bakirdoven blows up a bubble in celebration of Earth Day. Stretched across the Commons Courtyard, a white banner strewn with hand prints drew a crowd of students and ...
“Our Rivers: A Sustainable Resource?” is the focus of a public education forum that four Washington University faculty will lead as part of a community-wide symposium being held in conjunction with the 5th annual St. Louis Earth Day Celebration, April 22-23.
Sunday, April 22, we will be at the Earth Day Festival in Forest Park with about 10,000 of our dear friends.
The festival is held near the MUNY in the heart of Forest Park 11-6. Parking is best at the lower or upper MUNY lots for early comers- or better yet, bike, walk or roll to the park! There’s lots to see, and do so make the most of it with a little planning. Remember your hats, sunscreen, and water bottles! See here.
CARING for the environment is a noble habit that we can all develop in order to have a positive impact in our lives and in the place we live in. People who show interest in their surroundings manifest...
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