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Supporting Global Goals Locally through Green Buildings

Learn more about the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, their relevance to the St. Louis-area green building industry, and how to use them to better communicate and advance partnerships.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in 2015 to “promote prosperity while protecting the planet.” The 17 Goals are wide-ranging, challenging humanity to decouple economic growth from climate change, poverty, and inequality.

Green building supports many of the SDGs by reducing waste and contributing to healthier physical environments, but also by educating, creating jobs, reducing inequalities, and strengthening communities.

After learning about the Goals, their local relevance, and connection to green building, attendees will review LEED scorecards of local buildings through the lens of the SDGs and have the opportunity to apply the SDG’s to one of their own current or past projects.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Describe the UN Sustainable Development Goals and their relevance to the St. Louis-area green building industry.
  • Understand how green building supports and contributes to the achievement of specific UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Connect specific building functions to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Apply UN Sustainable Development Goals to your own projects.

SPEAKER
Lacy 2018 headshotLacy Cagle, Director of Learning, Northwest Earth Institute
Lacy Cagle is the Director of Learning for the Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) where she oversees the development of course books, EcoChallenge, and educational materials. She also oversees the development of the Drawdown EcoChallenge, a partnership with Paul Hawken’s Project Drawdown. Lacy provides services and training to faculty and staff in higher education throughout North America.

In addition to her work at NWEI, Lacy teaches Foundations and Practice of Sustainability at Washington University. She holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy with a focus on Leadership in Sustainability Education from Portland State University and a Permaculture Design Certificate. She has been the director at the Zahniser Institute since 2010. Lacy is based in St. Louis and deeply involved in the OneSTL initiative (regional plan for sustainable development), and on the USGBC Missouri Gateway committee for Green Schools.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Submitted for approval of 2 GBCI CE Hours and 2 AIA LU

WHEN
May 21, 2019
3:00 – 5:00 pm

WHERE
Missouri Botanical Garden’s Commerce Bank Center for Science Education, 4651 Shaw Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63110.

Park and enter on the WEST side of the building.

Click here to view a map detailing the location of the WEST entrance to the building.

FEE
$30 for USGBC-MGC Members
$45 for Non-members

REGISTER
Click here to register online.




Life Cycle Assessment Demystified

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This session will provide an in-depth look at life cycle assessment (LCA) with a focus on its application to the built environment including the use of LCA to generate environmental product declarations (EPDs) and applications of LCA within LEED.  We’ll start with a quick history of LCA and an overview of the basics, so you don’t have to be well-versed in LCA to benefit from this session.

But we’ll then go beyond the basics to dig into some of the details and realities that affect LCA results. Our intent is that you’ll be able to be a more powerful and informed consumer and user of LCA information in your work on sustainable design and construction. We’ll address questions including:

  • Can you really compare EPDs from different manufacturers? Why or why not?
  • What choices by LCA practitioners affect the results and how?
  • What are different levels of comprehensiveness in “whole-building LCA”, and what do they teach us about what matters most in the environmental footprint of buildings?
  • What are some of the major LCA-related data sources and tools relevant to the built environment, particularly for the US context?

SPEAKER
Gregory A. Norris, PhD

Adjunct Lecturer on Life Cycle Assessment, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health
Chief Scientist, International Living Future Institute

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Submitted for approval of 2 GBCI CE Hours and 2 AIA LU
(Seeking approval of LEED Specific BD+C, O+M)

WHEN
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
3:00-5:00 pm
(Note time change. We will begin at 3:00 pm rather than 3:30 pm)

Gregory Norris will also be presenting on ‘Handprints & Footprints’ immediately following to this event, from 5:30-7:30 pm. Click here for details.

WHERE
Alberici Headquarters
8800 Page Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63114

FEE
$30 for USGBC-MGC Members
$45 for Non-Members

REGISTER
Click here to register online.

THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSOR!

Fox Architects




Handprints and Footprints

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Visionary Gregory Norris will share his concept of “handprints,” an optimistic philosophy for addressing the challenge of sustainability. The approach aims to engage people not only in reducing their footprints (negative environmental impacts), but also in creating a net-positive impact on the environment through their handprints.

We know what footprints are: measures of the negative environmental impacts.

People and organizations have footprints, and we do because the goods and services that we use every year also have footprints. We can use life cycle methods to help us understand and reduce the footprints of our lives, our organizations, our buildings, and our decisions.

At the end of the day, though, we still have footprints — that is, we’re not able to fully eliminate the fact that we each, individually and collectively, take a toll on the planet every day. What’s more, we each know that even if we COULD get our own individual footprint to zero, this alone would make only a tiny dent in the environmental challenges of this critical moment.  How can we respond?

Fortunately, we also can have handprints: positive impacts outside the scope of our own footprints.

We can help one another in the bigger work of reducing humanity’s total footprint, and bringing us collectively into balance with the ecosystems in which we live.  When our handprints are bigger than our footprints, we’re “net positive” — we give more than we take. We become net healers of the planet.

Handprinting and net positive is within reach for each and every one of us, in all countries; and for all of our organizations too!

This talk with explain handprints, and give you practical ideas for creating handprints at home, at work, and in our communities. We’ll include a look at footprints and handprints of the built environment. 

SPEAKER
Greg-Norris-web (320x229)Gregory A. Norris, PhD

Adjunct Lecturer on Life Cycle Assessment, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health
Chief Scientist, International Living Future Institute

Norris is co-director of the Sustainability and Health Initiative for Net-Positive Enterprise (SHINE) at the Harvard School for Public Health, and chief scientist at the International Living Future Institute. His concept of ‘Handprints’ was featured on the front page of Time Magazine in 2012.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Submitted for approval of 1 GBCI CE Hour and 1 AIA LU

WHEN
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
5:30-6:15 pm – Registration & Networking
6:15-7:30 pm – Formal Presentation 

Gregory Norris will also be presenting an in-depth seminar on ‘Life Cycle Assessment Demystified’ immediately prior to this event, from 3:00-5:00 pm. Click here for more details.

WHERE
Alberici Headquarters
8800 Page Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63114

FEE
Free for USGBC-MGC Members & Full-Time Students
$20 for Non-Members

REGISTER
Click here to register online!

THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS!

ASSA ABLOY

Fox Architects




Calculating Tree Benefits: Easy as One, Two, Tree

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Missouri Botanical Garden, BiodiverseCity St. Louis, and Academy of Science-St. Louis.

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We know trees provide significant ecosystem services on a project, but these benefits are often overlooked. Now, using tools in the iTree suite of software from the USDA Forest Service, planners and designers can easily calculate the air, water, and energy impacts of existing, proposed, and newly planted trees on a project. Additionally, growing scientific research demonstrates the positive impact of trees on public health and well-being.

Using this data, we can show how trees improve key community challenges like air and water quality, crime, residential home values, youth education, and local economies. As the St. Louis region continues to invest in strategic community planning, we can leverage the quantitative and qualitative benefits of trees as a tool to improve environmental conditions and overall well-being of vulnerable communities in low canopy areas – elevating trees from a nicety to a necessity.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Examine the diverse ways community trees can increase economic, environmental, and social benefits.
  • Calculate the value of trees on a project.
  • Incorporate tree benefits into project promotion and community engagement.

SPEAKERS
Meridith Perkins, Senior Urban Forestry Consultant, Davey Resource Group

Meridith manages the Missouri Urban Forestry Consortium for Davey Resource Group. She has spent 20 years helping municipal governments across the country better understand, care for, and benefit from their community trees. Meridith has a forestry degree from the University of Missouri and is an International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist, qualified as a Tree Risk Assessor and Municipal Specialist.

Tom Ebeling, Community Forester, Forest ReLeaf of Missouri
As Community Forester, Tom’s responsibilities include community outreach and education, volunteer coordination, oversight of the Plant MOre Trees app, assisting with forestry programs operation, and teaching forestry related courses. Tom has a Bachelors in Urban Forestry and a Minor in Plant Sciences from the University of Missouri, Columbia.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Submitted for approval of 1 GBCI CE Hour and 1 AIA LU/HSW

WHEN
Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

5:30-6:15 pm –Registration & Networking
6:15-7:30 pm – Formal Presentation

WHERE
Missouri Botanical Garden Ridgway Center (main campus)
4344 Shaw Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63110

FEE
Free for all attendees!

REGISTER
Click here to register online.

THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSOR!

Bowood Farms

The Davey Tree Expert Company

Great Rivers Greenway




Key Changes to City of St. Louis Building Codes: 2018 IBC, IEBC, IECC & IRC

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In August of 2018 the City of St. Louis became the first municipality in the region to adopt the International Code Council’s suite of 2018 building codes. In this in-depth seminar, we’ll review the key changes to the 2018 International Building Code (IBC), International Existing Building Code (IEBC), International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and International Residential Code (IRC), with an emphasis on energy efficiency.

Prior versions of the city codes heavily amended the insulation requirements in the Energy Conservation Code. The adopted 2018 codes uphold the original code language for commercial insulation requirements and include just two major amendments to the residential insulation requirements.

In addition to more stringent insulation requirements, the new codes introduce significant changes to air-sealing requirements and require mandatory air-leakage testing. We’ll review some of the new air-sealing requirements, and learn the importance of air-sealing for energy-efficiency, comfort and healthy indoor air-quality.

Finally, we’ll review special considerations for implementing the 2018 codes in existing buildings and share technical resources for upgrade solutions that are appropriate for historic renovations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Describe the key changes to the 2018 IBC, IEBC, IECC and IRC, with an emphasis on energy efficiency.
  • Review special considerations for implementing the 2018 codes in existing buildings and historic renovations.
  • Identify critical requirements for air-sealing the building enclosure and mandatory air-leakage testing.
  • Explain the local St. Louis code development process and locally adopted amendments.

SPEAKERS
181201 JGDEEM (640x640) (320x320) (160x160)Jessica Deem, Architect at Virescent
Jessica Deem is a licensed architect and owner of Virescent, a design firm specializing in sustainably-minded historic renovations and contemporary new construction. Jessica is a native St. Louisan and city dweller. Prior to moving back to St. Louis, Jessica worked as a sustainable building consultant in Zürich, Switzerland where she secured the certification for the first LEED Platinum building in Switzerland.

 

Gretchen (160x160)Gretchen Waddell Barwick,Assistant Chapter Director, Missouri Sierra Club
Gretchen Waddell Barwick is the Assistant Chapter Director of the Missouri Sierra Club. Gretchen has lived in St. Louis for 20 years and has lived in Missouri nearly her entire life. She has a Masters degree in Social Work from Washington University and has worked as a professional in social justice and advocacy for 9 years. Gretchen loves to read, knit, cross stitch, hike, and spend time with family in her free time. She is a mediocre but enthusiastic gardener and mother to an adventurous 1 year old.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Submitted for approval of 1.5 GBCI CE Hours and 1.5 AIA LU

WHEN
February 7, 2019
3:30 – 5:00 pm

WHERE
Missouri Botanical Garden’s Commerce Bank Center for Science Education, 4651 Shaw Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63110.

Park and enter on the WEST side of the building.

Click here to view a map detailing the location of the WEST entrance to the building.

FEE
$30 for USGBC-MGC Members
$45 for Non-members

REGISTER
Click here to register online.




Online LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Workshop

This webinar course occurs over 4 consecutive Wednesday afternoons from 2pm – 4pm Central Time (March 6, 13, 20, and 27)

The LEED Green Associate is a foundational credential signifying core competency in green building principles.Whether you are just starting your career, or are a seasoned building professional, the LEED Green Associate Credential is the perfect place to start to tell your personal sustainability story. Advance your career by earning your credential, showing to current and future employers your commitment to environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous environments!

This LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Workshop is the Place to Start!

An incredible value, this class includes:

  • Access to 600 online practice test questions simulating the LEED Green Associate exam
  • Searchable PDF Study Guide
  • Study sheet with key topics, pertinent vocabulary, and industry acronyms
  • Glossary of terms
  • Study tips to pass the LEED Green Associate exam and practice test review during class

INSTRUCTOR
Asa Posner

WHEN
March 6, 13, 20, and 27
2:00 – 4:00 pm CST

WHERE
Your computer – This is an online event

FEE
$160 for USGBC-MGC Members
$140 for Emerging Professional
$180 for Non-Members

REGISTER
Click here to register now!

After registering for this online course, you will receive WebEx login information.

Learn More:

The LEED Green Associate is a credential offered by the U.S. Green Building Council. To earn the professional credential one must pass the USGBC exam. This process requires an understanding of the LEED Rating System’s core concepts and strategies.

The course includes all LEED v4 changes, and by taking the class it will give you full knowledge of what you need to know to pass the current exam. This class is tailored to a broad audience so that anyone can understand the course content and go on to pass the GA Exam.

The LEED Green Associate credential is proven to make professionals more marketable to employers and clients, as it will confirm your knowledge about the green building industry, and your commitment to sustainability.

This course is offered in partnership with: Sustainable Investment Group

Hosted By USGBC Communities: Central Plains, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri Gateway, Nebraska Flatwater, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.

QUESTIONS? ontact Brent Suski with U.S. Green Building Council – bsuski@usgbc.org, or 763.464.8615.




LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Course – Summer 2019

Distinguish yourself with a LEED Green Associate credential!

Passing the Green Associate exam will allow you to market your knowledge of the preeminent standards in the green building industry, and it is the first step in becoming a LEED Professional.

The LEED Green Associate credential is designed for professionals who want to demonstrate green building expertise in non-technical fields of practice. This credential attests to basic knowledge of green design, construction, and operations.

USGBC-Missouri Gateway’s  LEED Green Associate Exam Prep course is designed to prepare participants for the LEED Green Associate exam.

Course content includes:

  • Introduction to USGBC and LEED
  • LEED v4 Core Concepts
  • Location and Transportation
  • Sustainable Sites
  • Water Efficiency
  • Energy and Atmosphere
  • Materials and Resources
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Innovation and Regional Priority
  • Test Taking Tips
  • Practice Exam

Participants will receive access to an online practice exam to assist with continued exam preparation at the conclusion of the course. 

WHEN
Thursday, August 22, 2019

9:00am-5:00pm
Please arrive and check in between 8:45 – 9:00am

WHERE
Missouri Botanical Garden’s Commerce Bank Center for Science Education, 4651 Shaw Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63110
Park and enter on the WEST side of the building.

FEE
$200.00 for USGBC-Missouri Gateway Members
$250.00 for Non-members
*Textbooks costs are NOT included in course fee
*Course fee includes continental breakfast and lunch 

REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS
1) Green Building and LEED Core Concepts 3rd Edition, USGBC, which may be purchased on the USGBC Publications page of the USGBC website.
2) LEED Green Associate Candidate Handbook (free download) and references outlined within 

REGISTER
Click here to register online!

PLEASE NOTE This course does not guarantee students will pass the LEED Green Associate exam.  Additional time outside of class will be required for reading the required textbooks.  Registering and taking the LEED Green Associate exam, and any associated costs, are not included in this course.

This course prepares participants for the Green Associate credentialing exam as well as the first part of the LEED AP Specialty credential. The Specialty exams are comprised of two parts: Green Associate & the Specialty.

QUESTIONS? Contact USGBC-Missouri Gateway staff by email or phone (314) 577-0225. 

This program is supported in part by the

St. Louis Jefferson Solid Waste Management District

and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources




WELL AP Exam Prep

Developed in partnership with leading physicians, scientists, and industry professionals, The WELL Building Standard® (WELL) is a performance-based system for measuring, certifying, and monitoring features of the built environment that impact the health and well-being of the people who live, work, and learn in these buildings.

The WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) credential signifies knowledge in human health and wellness in the built environment, and specialization in the WELL Building Standard. To become a WELL AP, candidates must pass the WELL AP exam. This course, designed to prepare attendees for the WELL AP exam, will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of WELL, including the seven concepts that provide the framework for the building standard: Air, Water, Nourishment, Light, Fitness, Comfort and Mind.

INSTRUCTOR
Monica Miller, WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C, LEED AP O+M, Sustainable Design Manager, ThyssenKrupp Elevator

monica-34-b-2-bwMonica Miller is ThyssenKrupp Elevator’s Sustainable Design Manager and serves ThyssenKrupp as a resource for all LEED project requests for information. Monica is also a licensed landscape architect. Her previous experience as a project manager for design and construction projects both internationally and in the United States, allows her to fully understand the construction and design process. She has participated on LEED project teams and led ThyssenKrupp’s manufacturing facility to achieve LEED Gold in 2015. Monica is also a Living Building Challenge Ambassador advocating for the growth of the Living Building Challenge.

Other projects Monica is working on include: developing Health Product Declarations, a Declare label for Living Building Challenge projects, and working with manufacturing to continually develop healthy materials. As well as facilitating LEED Gold certification for ThyssenKrupp’s almost 700,000 square feet manufacturing facility, in Middleton, TN.

WHEN
Friday, March 1, 2019

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

WHERE
Professional Office Environments, Inc. (POE)
222 Millwell Drive
St. Louis, MO 63043

SUGGESTED STUDY MATERIALS
Additional study outside of the exam prep course will be required to prepare for the exam. The following are two suggested resources. The instructor will briefly describe each during the course and attendees are encouraged to then choose one to purchase for continued study:
Please email hope.gribble@mobot.org with any questions.

FEE
$200 for USGBC-MGC Members
$250 for Non-members

Fee does not include required texts or exam fees.
Fee includes continental breakfast and lunch.

REGISTER
Click here to register online!

 




12th Annual Green Schools Event

Join us at the 12th Annual Green Schools Event to celebrate student-driven sustainability projects in local schools!

This free event, which is open to the public, is the culmination of the 2018-19 Green Schools Quest – a project-based challenge to K-12 schools to implement a sustainability project over 6 months with the help of a USGBC-MGC Green Mentor.

59 school/mentor teams in the St. Louis region are participating this school year.

Winners will be announced at the event and participating schools will display posters detailing their projects. Several winning schools will take the stage to tell the fun and inspiring stories of their experiences. Attendees will find out how they can participate in the 2019-20 Green Schools Quest, as schools or mentors.

Pre-event registration is requested.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Submitted for approval of 1 GBCI CE Hour

WHEN
Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
5:30-6:15 pm – Networking, Poster Displays & School Tours
6:15-7:30 pm – Formal Presentation

WHERE
Missouri History Museum
5700 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63112 map

ENTER the building via the South Entrance.

PARKING is available in lots on the east and west of the building, and on the streets throughout the park.

FEE
Free event for all attendees.

REGISTER
Pre-event registration is requested.
Click here to register online!

THANKS TO OUR GREEN SCHOOLS CHAMPIONS!

Ameren Missouri

St. Louis County Department of Public Health 

THANKS TO OUR GREEN SCHOOLS SUPPORTERS!

Innovative Technology Education Fund

Trane 

THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSOR!

BSI Constructors, Inc.

St. Louis Earth Day, Recycling on the Go

This program is supported in part by the St. Louis Jefferson Solid Waste Management District and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.




2019 State of the Chapter & Social

Join us at the State of the Chapter & Social on January 24th as we kick off our 2019 programming!  This FREE event – open to members and non-members – is one of the highlights of our year.

  • Meet Chapter members and connect with representatives from the board of directors and committees.
  • Learn about highlights from the past year and plans for the upcoming year.
  • Celebrate the accomplishments of our amazing volunteers.
  • Enjoy complimentary beer, wine, and appetizers.
  • Find out how you can engage with USGBC-MGC to contribute to a positive future for our community.
  • Participate in the silent auction.

 

Sustainable Landscape Design & Native Plants, Gift card for a Sustainable Landscape Design by Quiet Village Landscaping, valued at $500, plus $100 gift certificate to Greenscape Gardens. Donated by: Quiet Village Landscaping & Greenscape Gardens ($600 value)

Home Energy Audit, a detailed inspection and testing of your home in order to determine causes and recommended improvements to solve comfort and efficiency issues related to energy loss. Donated by: SmartHouse Heating and Cooling ($200 value)

Take Me Out to the Ballgame, Four (4) Cardinals Baseball Tickets in the Red Bird Club Section 248 for a mutually agreeable game. Donated by: Midwest Block & Brick ($250 value)

Diamond Box for Cardinals vs. Brewers, Four (4) Cardinals baseball tickets in Diamond Box Section 140 (Row J, Seats 1-4) for Monday, April 22, 2019 vs Milwaukee Brewers. Donated by: Galt Industries ($600 value)

Weekend Getaway in Elsah, IL Cottage (two-nights) Donated by Mary Ann Lazarus at Cameron MacAllister Group & Dan Jay at Christner, Inc. ($300 Value)

Wireless Sports Headphones, BackBeat Fit by Plantronics allows you to keep moving while you control your music or calls. Flexible, durable and waterproof, these wireless sport headphones are your perfect workout partner. Donated by: Lighting Associates, Inc ($130 value)

Red Wine + Carpet = No Problem!
$200 gift certificate for Woodard rug/carpet cleaning services, two bottles of wine and assorted sweets and snacks. Donated by: Woodard Cleaning and Restoration ($250 value)

Weekend Getaway in Missouri Ozarks, two night Stay at RiverWood Resort Luxury Lodging in Lebanon, MO near Bennett Spring State Park, in the Heart of the Ozarks (Valid only February, November or December 2019) Donated by: RiverWood Resort Owners Dee Ann & Stan Wilson ($500 value)

Basket of Bourbon, including bottles of Four Roses small batch bourbon, 1792 bourbon, Evan Williams 1783 bourbon, and set of 2 sphere ice molds and glasses, donated by Kim (Eilerts) Chapman at FleishmanHillard ($95 Value)

Perennial Upcycling Workshop for 15, two-hour upcycling workshop at Perennial! You and 15 of your favorite folks can gather at Perennial’s community workshop in south St. Louis for an event where you can learn to creatively reuse materials. Select from one of the following programs: 1. Recycled Papermaking 2. Natural Textile Dyeing 3. reMAKE Upcycled Crafting Party. Donated by: Perennial ($375 value)

Blessing Basket, Handmade Basket by Blessing Basket Project filled with 1 lb of Fair Trade La Cocecha Coffee, 12 Loaves of Freshly Baked Great Harvest Bread (one loaf per month for a year), 1 dozen backyard chicken eggs, and ‘The Prairie that Nature Built’ children’s book. Donated by: La Cosecha Coffee Roasters, Great Harvest Bread Co, Missouri Prairie Foundation and Hope Gribble ($130 value)

Green Roof Happy Hour for 8, Happy Hour with wine and cheese for 8 atop SWT Design’s Green Roof located near the intersection of Big Bend Blvd. and Laclede Station Road in Shrewsbury, MO. Time and date to be mutually agreed upon. Donated by: SWT Design ($300 value)

Missouri Botanical Garden Membership, Missouri Botanical Garden Friends & Family membership, as well as an MBG tote bag, hat and cup. Donated by: Missouri Botanical Garden ($130 value)

NEW this year: “Night Out” Raffle
Purchase raffle tickets for your chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Mission Taco Joint, St. Louis Passport winter edition (offering 2 for 1 drink specials at a variety of local establishments), $30 Uber gift certificate, and two Green Dining Alliance To-Go Ware reusable bamboo utensil sets. Donated by: Brandon Verhoff, Caleres & Green Dining Alliance($110 value)

We hope you’ll join us in welcoming the New Year and contributing to our goal of transforming the built environment!

WHEN
Thursday, January 24, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
5:30-6:15 pm – Complimentary Wine/Beer, Appetizers, Registration & Networking
6:15-7:00 pm – Formal Presentation
7:00-7:30 pm – Additional Networking 

WHERE
Missouri History Museum
5700 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63112 map

ENTER the building via the South Entrance.

PARKING is available in lots on the east and west of the building, and on the streets throughout the park.

FEE
Free event for all attendees.

REGISTER
Click here to register online!

THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS!

Bernhard Energy Solutions

BSI Constructors

Ecotec Surfaces

Roof Top Sedums, L.L.C. 

Rosemann & Associates, P.C.

earthday 365, Recycling on the Go