The Climate Benefits of Carbon Farming
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What the Heck is Biochar?
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Commit! How to Turn Your Vision of Change into Reality
June is National Rivers Month, and we're celebrating by showcasing a local case study of how an ordinary person can do extraordinary things.
Against a backdrop of the global climate emergency, many wonder “What can I do to make a difference?” Sixty years ago, Marion Stoddart, a young mother of three, took on big business, politicians, and public skepticism, and in the process discovered her life purpose and helped change the world.
“You don’t need to be someone special or super bright or super anything. You can just be an ordinary person who first has a vision of what you would like to have happen who then commits to that vision.”
Join us for this Zoom screening of The Work of 1000, the 30-minute documentary film about Marion Stoddart’s successful efforts to restore the Nashua River, once one of the 10 most polluted rivers in the United States. Following the film, we’ll have a short conversation with Marion about her ongoing work to complete the Nashua River Greenway, facilitated by students from the Reclaiming Sunshine Club at Sizer School.
June 22, 2021 at 7:30 pm ET
ZOOM ONLINE EVENT