Judi Lutz-Woods presentation on climate change part of Earth Month Expo Saturday
This Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Science Center on SUNY Fredonia’s campus will turn into an earth advocates festival. Greystone Nature Preserve is hosting its annual Earth Month Expo and everyone is invited.
It is free and open to the public. There are numerous informational tables, guest speakers, workshops, crafts, games, live performances and even a food truck. One of the guest speakers will be Judi Lutz-Woods, a climate change activist. Her presentation will be highlighting the findings of the Fourth National Climate Assessment as well as other climate change-related material. She wants to make sure people understand the magnitude of their decisions and that people will help make our earth great for our future generations.