Toronto’s Water: exploring where it flows from and where it flows to
October 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Wednesday, October 4, from 7-8:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
TBG Member $ Free, TBG Guest ticket $5, Public $20 (plus applicable taxes and fees)
About Mariko Uda
Mariko Uda is an independent researcher and creative with a background in biology and chemistry (B.Sc., University of Waterloo), architecture (Certificate, Toronto Metropolitan University), and civil engineering (B.A.Sc. and Ph.D., University of Toronto). In graduate school, she helped develop a costing tool for stormwater management practices such as green roofs, permeable pavement, and rainwater harvesting for the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and developed a holistic approach for designing resilient communities. Over the years, she has worked at companies such as Ontario Power Generation, Stevens Burgess Architects, and Rivercourt Engineering. Her all-ages picture book Where does it all come from? Where does it all go? Toronto’s water, energy & waste systems, combines her love of drawing, teaching, and exploring connections. www.ecomariko.com
Buy the Book
Suitable for all ages, buy her book in our Garden Shop in person or on-line.
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Safe Program Access
• To ensure the safety of our participants and instructors, all staff, volunteers, and participants are welcome to wear masks indoors and maintain physical distancing.
• To learn more about what we’re doing to make your next visit safe, enriching, and uplifting, please review our list of Frequently Asked Questions.
• This is an in-person, indoor, Adult Education program at the Toronto Botanical Garden.
We appreciate your support and cooperation.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, October 4, 12 noon