Topic:  Monarchs, Milkweed & Pollinators
Jane Breckinridge, Co-director of Tribal Environmental Action for Monarchs (TEAM)

Date: Thursday, May 2nd

Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

910 South Boston Ave, Tulsa OK 74119

Cost:  FREE, open-to-the public

Monarch butterfly populations have plummeted at an alarming rate. Oklahoma is centrally located in the Monarch migration flyway, which means our community has a responsibility to help avoid extinction. Join us to learn how you can take simple steps to create a backyard Monarch waystation, avoid pesticide use, and get involved in Oklahoma's statewide pledge to help Monarchs and other pollinators. Attendees will walk away with milkweed to create or add to their own pollinator garden!





Topic:  Solar and Battery Technology
Steve Elmore, Sr. Vice President, Francis Solar
Kyla McNabb, Director of Business Innovation, Spiers New Technologies
Jason Grunin, Assistant Vice President  and Director of Business and Energy, University of Tulsa

Date: Thursday, May 9
Time: 8:00 - 10:00 am
Location: University of Tulsa, Allen Chapman Student Union, 440 S Gary Ave, Tulsa, OK 74104
Cost:  $25 per person; Free to Business Members

In this session on solar and battery technology you will learn:
  • What role is solar energy taking on in Oklahoma, nationally and globally to reduce our reliance on traditional energy sources?
  • Successes TU has seen since installing solar technology.
  • Advanced battery packs from hybrid and electric vehicle applications.
  • How end of life battery recycling is being addressed in the United States.

REGISTER HERE FOR THE B2B. Registration required.

Tours of the TU Case Tennis Center solar installation system offered at the end of the event. Limited to 20 participants. Registration required. Participants must wear closed toed shoes and be able to climb a ladder safely. REGISTER HERE FOR TOUR