‘Nature Walk & Climate Café: Collaborative Discussion on Climate Change Solutions’ on September 24

https://www.ktravula.com/2023/02/f180kpg8p6v Posted on September 8, 2019 by Green Newton

Enjoy an early evening nature walk through the https://campuscyclery.com/2023/02/clon9d4w1 Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary ( 280 Eliot St., Natick) with Elissa Landre, Director of Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, from https://madfilm.org/fqbrzh0 6-7 pm on Tuesday, September 24. Immediately following the walk from https://acrylicpouring.com/tung279fqb1 7:30–8:30 pm, we’ll move indoors to the Lookout Taproom at Belkin Family Lookout Farm ( 89 South Pleasant Street, South Natick) for an open discussion about climate change facilitated by Alexandra Vecchio, Mass Audubon’s Climate Change Program Manager.

One of the most important actions individuals can take to tackle climate change is talking about locally relevant and meaningful solutions. Together, we can help propel each other and our community to further action by crafting our own climate solution story and sharing it confidently with others.

By the end of the evening, you’ll find out what you can do to fight climate change in your community! Appetizers to be provided; drinks available for purchase. Kindly RSVP to Sarah Arsenault by email or at 781-259-2127.