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Milwaukee River Greenway: A Wealth of Nature in the Heart of the City
October 29, 2023 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Eddee Daniel, Project Director for Preserve Our Parks.
The Milwaukee River Greenway, a system of connected parks along the river, is larger than New York’s Central Park. But, unlike that world-famous urban park, it is not well known—even by local residents. During a period as Artist in Residence for the River Revitalization Foundation, photographer Eddee Daniel produced a book entitled “The Milwaukee River Greenway: A Wealth of Nature in the Heart of the City.” He will share a little of the history of the Greenway and how it came to be protected. His stunning photographs will demonstrate what a treasure we have in our midst. Host: Rod DePue
In-Person or Online
In-Person: In Max Otto Hall.
Online: Also available on our YouTube channel.
For over 50 years, the Sunday Forum lecture series has showcased provocative, sometimes controversial, speakers discussing topical issues of the day: politics, the environment, health issues, the arts, education, and more. The Sunday Forum is held at 10:00 a.m. September through May. Speakers give a 45-minute presentation, followed by questions and brief comments from the audience. The content of Forum lectures does not necessarily express the viewpoint of First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee, but are meant to offer thoughtful topics which our members often pursue further on their own.