Middleton Public Library
Address: 7425 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton, WI 53562
Phone: 608-831-5564     Email: info@midlibrary.org
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Sustainable U

Thursday, October 21, at 6:30pm    Add this event to your calendar
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Join the Middleton Public Library and the city’s Sustainability Committee for a new series to help Middleton residents learn about living sustainably — why it matters, what our city is doing, and how you can help.

The first session will feature two topics: “Why and How to Make Middleton Sustainable” by Kelly Hilyard (City of Middleton Sustainability Coordinator) and “Managing Leaves to Help the Lakes” by Christal Campbell (Stormwater Education Coordinator, Dane County Land and Water Resources Dept).

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Meeting ID: 599 374 6465

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Kelly Hilyard is the Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Middleton, WI. Before joining city staff two years ago, she worked with local governments around the state on climate, water, and agricultural issues with the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, & Letters. Her career background includes many years working in the green building sector as a LEED AP consultant and as a landscape architect. She studied and taught organic agriculture at UC Santa Cruz and farmed for 8 years in California and Texas before moving to Madison. Hilyard holds a master’s degree in landscape architecture from University of Texas-Austin and a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from University of Chicago. She defines sustainability broadly as “well-being for all.” When she isn’t working indoors, you can find her gardening in her front yard and riding around town with her kids on a cargo bike.