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Mar 032021
 

“Nature’s Best Hope”
Book Discussion Group
with Mountain Valley Climate Action

Wednesdays, March 24, March 31 & April 7 at 6 pm

This month, the Meetinghouse Book Group will meet in conjunction with folks in Chester.  Cheryl Joy Lipton and Melody Reed are holding a book of the month discussion group for MVCA (Mountain Valley Climate Action, a 350VT “node”) and anyone who wants to join. They are starting with Nature’s Best Hope by Douglas W. Tallamy, who recently spoke at the Grafton Nature Museum. The discussion will be led by Ecologist and Landscape Architect, Cheryl Joy Lipton.

We will break up the reading into 3 sections and discuss each section once a week over a 3-week period. We will begin discussing Chapters 1-6 Wednesday, March 24 at 6 pm.  Zoom link for this group will be: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86022149998?pwd=U2w3WGdRUEJ6cE9OeWhjaVJiWlFFZz09

 A limited number of the hardcover books are available at the Meetinghouse at the discounted price of $25 each.  Please contact Deb Diegoli at uuspringfieldvt@gmail.com if interested.  (We will also have one loaner copy if price is an object.) All welcome!

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SECOND ANNUAL CLIMATE ACTION FILM FESTIVAL
Sponsored by SunCommon, 350Vermont and Others, March 2- 12, 2021

We encourage folks to watch this online film festival which includes multiple short fims and discussions : https://suncommon.com/climate-action-film-festival/?fbclid=IwAR2P73ipnKIwh_3BanbqIU_CCLaEKz7frVyhwDdUrGAeHHPKDxMUHy9G7cE You need to pre-register and there’s a suggested $10/person donation to cover the cost of the entire festival.

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