Rivanna Conservation Society Talks Environmental Programs
The city's environmental programs were a topic of conversation in Charlottesville Thursday. The Rivanna Conservation Society held its monthly brown bag lecture series Thursday afternoon.
Kristel Riddervold, the city's environmental administrator, gave the group an update on what's happening from stormwater management to energy conservation.
"Governments can't do things on their own, we're doing them in a community," she said. "So the more community members know about what we're working on and can provide us either feedback or encouragement it goes both ways."
The lecture series is on hiatus in August, but it picks back up again on September 20 with a talk about water rescue in the Rivanna watershed.
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