Thursday, July 21, 2016

Natural-Cultural Landscape Presentation by Nolumbeka Project Vice-President this week-end

From the Nolumbeka Project: 

Natural-Cultural Landscape ltural Landscape of the Connecticut River Valley
Saturday, July 23rd at 10:00am-Greenfield Savings Bank
282 Avenue A, Turners Falls, Ma 01376

Please come and join Nolumbeka Project vice-president Lisa McLoughlin as she explores the relationship between Nature and Culture over time right in our back yard, the Connecticut River Valley. Lisa’s power point presentation highlights the relationship between people and the environment with an emphasis on how we ALL can treat and preserve our wonderful river valley. Folks have lived and thrived here for hundreds of years, and, with a kind heart to ourselves and Mother Earth, we can all prosper and grow for hundreds more! Light refreshments provided in comfortable air-conditioning! No reservations required. Invite a friend or neighbor!

Also, with the August 6 Pocumtuck Homelands Festival  just over two weeks away we still are looking for volunteers. The volunteer check list is attached. We anticipate a wonderful event with many familiar friends and new presenters as well. Hope you can be with us!

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