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Monica Matthews is a graduate research assistant in Dr. Bruce Kingsbury's lab at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne(IPFW). She is studying the federally threatened Massasauga rattlesnake while also helping to manage the social media, fundraising and outreach for the Environmental Resources Center at IPFW.

Green Lights Celebration for Sustainable Indiana 2016

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Parts of the local Indiana community have taken phrase think globally, act locally to a new level this October.

The local Indiana Green Movement has seen a lot of growth in the past few years, and to honor those who have contributed to this exciting development, the nonprofit Earth Charter Indiana along with Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne is hosting the Green Lights Celebration for Sustainable Indiana 2016. The event will take place October 28, 7 pm- 9 pm in the Auer Concert Hall on the Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne campus.

The celebration will showcase local ideas and innovations that have had positive impacts on sustainability in the northeast region of Indiana. Those who have had the most impact will be award Green Lights Awards to commend them for their contribution to sustainability in Indiana.

To add to the entertainment for the night, IPFW’s Music Department will be performing. Please join us on this delightful occasion to commemorate those who have done their part to make our world more sustainable.

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