A Wealth Of Nature: Parks and Natural Areas in Southeast Wisconsin
August 20, 2020 @ 6:30 PM
Program: “A Wealth Of Nature: Parks and Natural Areas in Southeast Wisconsin”
Thursday, August 20, 6:30 p.m. Online Program with artist Eddee Daniels. (details below)
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On Thursday, August 20th, Eddee Daniels a well-known Milwaukee photographer and a board member of Preserve Our Parks will present a program on parks and natural areas in Southeast Wisconsin, including Racine and Kenosha Counties.
This program is sponsored by the Southeast Gateway Sierra Club and cosponsored by Greening Greater Racine, Root River Council, The Kenosha Photography Club, and the Kenosha County Parks Department.
Eddee Daniel will share the project he directs for Preserve Our Parks, which is called “A Wealth of Nature: Parks and Natural Areas in SE Wisconsin.” Preserve Our Parks, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to preservation and promotion of parks and open space in the Milwaukee area. The mission of the project, A Wealth of Nature, is to promote the enjoyment of local nature and develop support for parks and preserves in our region. As Project Director and photographer, Eddee has been traveling throughout the six-county region of SE Wisconsin documenting the abundance of nature and recreational opportunities that can be found here. He has created a series of components to promote the project, including a website, display, and Powerpoint presentations such as this one. Eddee will describe the project and share a Powerpoint presentation featuring beautiful images of local natural areas.
Eddee Daniel is a Milwaukee-based photographer and writer whose practice explores the intersection of nature and human culture. He is the author of “Urban Wilderness: Exploring a Metropolitan Watershed,” as well as many self-published photographic books. He has a record of unusual Artist Residencies, including Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley, the Harbor District, and his current residency in the Milwaukee River Greenway under the auspices of ARTservancy. He currently serves on the boards of Preserve Our Parks and Friends of the Hank Aaron Trail. He has written a column called Urban Wilderness for Milwaukee Magazine and is the curator and regular contributor to the blog The Natural Realm.
Blog: The Natural Realm