Come hear from Michael Kirschman, the Deputy Director of Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation, as he presents "The Dollars and Sense of Public Parks." Kirschman is responsible for the administrative services for the department, which manages and maintains over 19,000 acres and 210 parks, nature preserves, greenways and special facilities in the City of Charlotte and 6 surrounding towns. He also spent 7 years managing with county's award winning Nature Preserves & Natural Resources Division.
The Sustainability Café is designed to develop and strengthen the network of people who are involved in sustainability research and/or advocacy and to build the social capital needed to address the most pressing issues of the 21st century. Faculty, staff, students and community members are encouraged to participate in these discussions in order to benefit from the rich, diverse knowledge base present in Clemson's community and to offer an opportunity for direct communication with members of the President's Commission on Sustainability.
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