Learn about health and environmental impacts of organic landscaping from local experts! Facilitated by Debbie Smith, attorney, Justice of the Peace, and longtime Watertown resident.
For this session, join Sara Evans, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Enviornmental Medicine and Public Health to discuss the the latest science on how pesticides impact health, children's unique vulnerability, and steps that families can take to reduce pesticide exposures.
Bio: Sarah Evans, PhD, MPH is Assistant Professor of Environmental Medicine and Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Evans’ research is focused on the impacts of early life environmental exposures on nervous system development and child behavior. She is a trusted voice on the health effects of toxic chemicals and what individuals can do to protect their own health as well as how to advocate for healthier policies in their local communities.