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This project was supported by the Spencer Museum of Art's Integrated Arts Research Initiative through a grant from the Andrew W. Melon Foundation.
This series of posters was completed by students in the Environmental Issues of the Wakarusa Wetlands class taught by Professors Jay T. Johnson, Joseph P. Brewer, Cody Marshall and guest instructor Dave Loewenstein. Inspired by the decades long struggle to protect the Wakarusa Wetlands from the now built K-10 traffic way, students from both Haskell and KU worked in pairs to imagine how to re-engage the Lawrence community with the continued challenges facing this ecosystem and the cultural life which it embodies.