"If we are going to live so intimately with these chemicals -- eating and drinking them into the very marrow of our bones -- we had better know something about their nature and their power." -- Rachel Carson, Silent Spring
You are invited to a talk by Dr Warren Porter, professor of Biology and Environmental Toxicology. He is also an invited affiliate faculty member of Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Dr Porter will speak on the biological effects of low level pesticide mixtures and other common chemical exposures.
See related article: The Toxic Brew in our Yards, by Diane Lewis, Sunday, New Your Times Review, Opinion, May 10, 2014
Monday, June 16th, 2014, at 7:00pm, Oak Park Main Library, Oak Park, IL, 834 Lake Street, Veteran's Room. For more information contact Peggy McGrath, 708-383-3591.
Parking: Enter the Library parking lot off of Lake Street. Limited street parking is available on Lake Street and another parking lot is one block south of the library, just East of Oak Park Avenue, at the Green Line "El" train stop. Enter off of North Blvd.