Events at a Glance:
Transforming Environmental Monitoring Using Do-It-Yourself Sensors
Free Science Talk
When: Tuesday, April 28
Doors open at 6:15 pm for a light reception and an optional tour. Talk begins at 7 p.m.
Imagine thousands of people monitoring our environment 24/7: detecting pollution, pinpointing places to protect and evaluating which restoration practices work and which ones don’t.
It could transform how we protect our natural resources.
Stroud Center researchers are working to make this a reality. We’re exploring ways to build low-cost sensors that don’t require electronics experience, complicated software, or specialized tools.
Come learn about sensors: how we build them, how we use them and how we’re sharing our ideas.
Generously sponsored by:
Sustainable Splurges — A Feast for the Senses
Photo: Jess Provinski
When: Saturday, June 6, 6-8 pm
Where: The Farm at Doe Run,Thouron Road in Coatesville
Splurges abound as you sample specially created pairings by Eclat Chocolate of West Chester, Vox Veneti Wines of Christiana, and Doe Run Cheese of Coatesville, cleansing your palate in-between on homemade breads by Talula’s Table of Kennett Square, all while enjoying the beauty of the grounds at The Farm of Doe Run.
Tickets: $125 per person