Kathleen Logan Smith – Feb. 27

We’re honored to be welcoming Kathleen Logan Smith, Director of Environmental Policy at the Missouri Coalition for the Environment, to our next big meeting. She’ll be in talking to us about food and farming law. If you have questions about the farm bill, this is your chance!

Among her many accomplishments, Ms. Logan Smith has used grassroots, community organizing techniques to push for the passage of St. Louis City ordinance that ended medical waste incineration in the city. She also helped found Health & Environmental Justice-St. Louis (HEJ), an organization that exposed systemic failures to end childhood lead poisoning in St. Louis. You can read more about Ms. Logan Smith’s background here.

If you’d like to learn more, come to DUC 234 at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 27th. 

 

Madeleine Daepp

I'm a math and econ student at WashU. Though I love digging in the dirt, I hope one day to combine my urban gardening and my academic background to work in food justice. But full confession? If I could afford land and livestock, I would have a pig farm in the mountains.

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