Monday, April 15, 2013
Have you reserved your spot for our seasonal biomimicry seminar at the Chicago Center for Green Technology yet? Our topic for spring is dormancy. Come learn from the prairie how life has evolved to respond to freezing temperatures by slowing down and resting when available energy is low. And brainstorm opportunities to apply what you learn to your life, work, and communities!
Tomorrow! Tuesday, April 16th, at the Chicago Center for Green Technology; 6-8pm
Biomimicry Chicago's Amy Coffman Phillips and Josh Sin will facilitate an experience that (re)connects participants with the genius that surrounds us in order to learn a better way to design our world. This seminar is open to the public and is an extension of our AskPlace initiative, The Prairie Project. Register at the link below - the $10 fee goes to support the amazing work of the Chicago Center for Green Technology.