Thursday, February 28, 7:00 pm – Rachel Carson and Silent Spring. Fifty years ago, Rachel Carson published her landmark book, Silent Spring. Naturalist Ted Levin will reflect on the extraordinary legacy of this brave and determined woman who launched the modern environmental movement. Location: Howe Library’s Mayer Room
Thursday, April 25, 7:00 pm – Mother Nature’s Child. This much-acclaimed, locally-produced film explores the challenges of raising children in the media age, and the essential ways experiences in nature promote children’s well-being, contribute to the future of the planet, and nourish teh human spirit. Co-producer Wendy Conquest of Etna will introduce her film and lead a discussion afterward. Location: Howe Library’s Mayer Room
Stewardship Committee Meetings
Each property has a volunteer Stewardship Committee made up of neighbors and friends of the conservation lands. These committees advise the Conservancy Board on the management and stewardship of these special lands. In general, committees meet for one hour a month, participate in work parties every few months, and help recruit stewardship volunteers. Committee meetings are open to the public and are listed on our Calendar. If you are interested in joining a Stewardship Committee, please contact us at mailto:email@example.com.
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