Monthly Evening Program in the News

The May 10th evening program has been featured in an article of the St. Louis Beacon. The article states that the U.S. Green Building Council has taken an interest on the subject because sustainability has become the watchword for new construction. Architects are turning to nature to draw inspiration for blueprints that work in harmony with the environment, often by emulating forms of life that already have developed successful methodologies for survival.

Taryn Mead, senior biologist at the Montana-based Biomimicry Guild, who specializes in biomimicry, a fast-growing science in which art really is imitating life — in the true biological sense of the term, will be speaking at the USGBC-MO Gateway Chapter monthly evening program.

Read the full article here & come see the Biomimicry presentation tonight at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Shoenberg Theatre, from 5:30-7:30pm

More info for tonight’s program can be found on the USGBC website

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