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St. Louis Ozone Gardens Project

Description: The St. Louis Ozone Gardens Project, is a network of Ozone Gardens that have been established around St. Louis, MO as a public outreach project demonstrating the impact of air pollution on the environment. The goal of the project is to educate the public on the environmental effects of rising global background ozone (O3) levels, a little known yet increasingly important consequence of global change.

Community Partnerships:

  • Grant's Farm
  • Missouri Botanical Garden
  • Saint Louis Science Center
  • Southwest Illinois College

Primary SLU Contact: Kelley Belina, kbelina@slu.edu

Collaborator(s): Jack Fishman

Website: www.slu.edu/department-of-earth-and-atmospheric-sciences-home/center-for-environmental-sciences/ozone-garden-home

Categories: Education, Environment, Science and Technology


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