Today at 4: Sustaining urban water cycles

rain barrel for GBBill Shuster of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency speaks on sustaining urban ecosystems at 4 p.m. today, Oct. 9, in the autumn semester seminar series of CFAES’s School of Environment and Natural Resources. Shuster is a Ph.D. graduate of Ohio State’s Environmental Science program. A U.S. EPA “Science Matters” bio about him says:

“His work involves the design and testing of ‘green infrastructure’ approaches to urban stormwater management, exploring residential and neighborhood-based technologies such as rain gardens and rain barrels, and how they may impart sustainability through social equity, economic stabilization and environmental quality.”

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