You’re invited to attend Green Drinks with Beth Carroll from The Trail Foundation.
The Trail Foundation’s mission is to protect and enhance the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake, the 10-mile lush, urban path in the heart of Austin that gets more than 2.6 million visits every year. Since it was founded in 2003, The Trail Foundation has achieved restoration and beautification projects to the Trail’s infrastructure and environment, while honoring the original vision of the Trail’s founders and ensuring its vibrancy for generations to come. For more information, please visit www.thetrailfoundation.org
Beth Carroll, LEED AP, Project and Creative Director for The Trail Foundation
Beth Carroll is a detail-oriented, quick-learning landscape architect with a broad set of skills, including project management, communications, technology, graphic design, and volunteer coordination. She graduated Manga Cum Laude from Texas A&M University with a BLA in Landscape Architecture in 2006. She has worked in a wide range of practice areas and project types and gained a broad range of design and construction experience, from intricate urban design to environmentally sensitive children’s gardens. She is passionate about the design and ecological work The Trail Foundation accomplishes in her beloved city of Austin and has been a key part of the organization’s substantial growth over the last seven years. Beth is an avid knitter, reader, food lover, and accumulator of hobbies. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Jason, and son, Jude (8).
The Austin Green Drinks happy hour series creates opportunities to meet with other environmental, sustainability, and clean-tech professionals in an informal atmosphere; after all, that’s how the greatest ideas are born.
Who should join?
Everyone! Especially those interested in sustainability wanting to meet others with similar interests. We attract professionals who routinely initiate innovative ways to meet the challenges of a sustainable future.