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Environmental Exhibit Opens Today

Department News, Houston History Archives

The latest exhibit featuring materials from Special Collections opens today in the M.D. Anderson Library. Houston’s Environmental Past highlights the work of Houston environmental activists across four themes — Floodplain/watershed management, wilderness recreation, green space protection, and urban planning. While exploring Houston’s environmental past, the history of Houston’s infrastructure and business development is also addressed.

The exhibit is open to the public during the library’s regular operating hours and runs from March 25 through September 20. You can find it on the first floor, between the red and brown elevators. For more information, contact Dr. Teresa (Terry) Tomkins-Walsh.

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