After a day of conferencing, come join us in a beautiful local park.
Come and Get Some Fresh Air
Panel in the Park: Urban Green Spaces
When: Sunday, 11 August, 2019, 4pm – 6pm
What: A Discussion with Local Environmental Leaders about the Importance of Green Spaces in Urban Environments
Where: Meet us in the Foyer of the Westin at 4pm to walk together to the Titus Sparrow Park (12 minutes' walk); or meet us at Titus Sparrow Park at 4:30pm (200 W Newton Street, Boston).
Come walk with us to the beautiful Titus Sparrow Park, only about 12 minutes from the Westin.
At the park, we'll host a sit-on-the-ground "picnic panel" with local environmental leaders about the importance of urban green spaces, and how to develop cities in ways that preserve green spaces.
You'll hear from people actively working to conserve Boston's green spaces, and you'll have the opportunity to ask questions.
¨ Benjamin Pignatelli, Chair, Massachusetts Chapter Sierra Club
¨ David Meshoulam, Executive Director & Co-Founder, Speak for the Trees
¨ Steven Sloan, President, Friends of Titus Sparrow Park
It'll be a nice walk and a great conversation that will help you work up an appetite for dinner. Bring something to sit on (perhaps your AOM bag!), a hat (for the sun), and a full water bottle. We'll provide snacks, sunscreen, and extra cover to sit on.
We can't wait to welcome you to Titus Sparrow Park and show off a beautiful part of our city!
Nardia Haigh, Matt Urdan, Jamila Gilliam, Nishi Gautam
University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Management
Nardia Haigh, Ph.D.
College of Management
McCormack Hall, Level 5, Office 403
University of Massachusetts Boston
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston MA 02125-3393
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