Thursday October 15, 2020 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
In an accessible and engaging presentation Dr. Fisk will tell the story of our sucesses and significant remaining challenges to protect and restore the Connecticut River and its many tributaries. While there is much to be admired in the work done over the last decades, a changed climate, increasing development, and not least a shortage of ecological and historical imagination all hinder what is possible toward a river that is clean, healthy, and full of life.
Andrew Fisk,Ph.D. has been the Executive Director of the Connecticut River Conservancy since 2011. He has lead the significant recent growth of the organization in its work to protect and restore New England’s Great River and its entire watershed from the Canadian border to Long Island Sound. The Connecticut River Conservancy is one of the country’s oldest watershed organizations, founded in 1952. Prior to this job, Fisk served in a variety of positions in Maine state government advancing environmental and natural resource protections.
To Register for this Program: Please register below for the link to this live lecture, hosted on Zoom. You must have a free Zoom account to attend. Instructions on accessing the lecture will be included in your confirmation email.
This program is funded by a Community Development Block Grant. The demographic information collected in this registration form will be used only to help us report back regarding our community impact and for no other purpose. Additional support has been provided through NEH CARES Act funding granted by Mass Humanities.
Tickets and Reservations
Advance Reservations are closed at this time for the event.
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